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INDEX TO PLAYS 



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Index to Plays 



SUPPLEMENT 



COMPILED BY 

INA TEN EYCK FIRKINS 



NEW YORK 

THE H. W. WILSON COMPANY 
1935 



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Copyright 1935 
By Ina Ten Eyck Firkins 

Published September 1935 
Printed in the United States of America 



PREFACE 



This supplement to the Index to Plays issued in 1927 is offered as a bridge 
between the period covered by the first volume and the present date. The 
greater part of the material now made available represents the work of play 
writers since 1927 but a fraction of it is made up from the work of authors not 
included in the earlier volume but who have since become of sufficient importance 
to warrant the inclusion of their names in the Supplement. Also a few inadver- 
tent omissions from the first list have been indexed in this one. The attention 
of the user is therefore called to the fact that it will be desirable to consult both 
volumes in looking up a reference irrespective of the actual date of publication 
unless that date is later than 1927 in which event obviously it could be found 
in the Supplement only. 

In compiling such a bibliography it is difficult to decide exactly what should 
be included. To index all published plays would be impossible even were it 
desirable. The choice cannot be made on merit only because not infrequently 
a play which has neither literary nor technical dramatic merit may be desired 
for a quite legitimate reason. No consistent method of choice can be claimed 
for the present volume but in a general way the following points have been de- 
cisive in the compiler's selection: 

All plays of well-known dramatists whether pubHshed in separate 
books, in collections or in magazines. 

Collections of plays by less well-known authors when numerous enough 
or interesting enough to have secured a publisher of recognized standing. 

When a play by an obscure author appears in a composite collection 
important enough to be indexed, other works by the same writer have been, 
looked up and usually included. 

Published plays which have had a popular run on Broadway. 

Translations of plays by foreign authors whether found in books or 
magazines. 

Many titles which appeared in the first volume, reappear in the Supplement. 
When that occurs the original entries are not repeated but additional entries 
are given, that is to say, references to reprints in collections or periodicals, or 
new editions of the author's works. 

A mere repetition of the entries given in the United States Catalog or in 
lists of well-known publishers of plays has been deemed unnecessary. 

There have been indexed in the Supplement the works of 1335 authors and 
3284 titles. 

The matter of an extensive index to subjects requires a more elaborate ex- 
planation than may properly be given here. Suffice it to say that it is my opinion 
that no satisfactory subject index can be compiled because no selection from title 
or subject, even with notes as to length, number of characters and generic classi- 
fication is an adequate basis for selection for production in relation to a given 
group. There are for instance, indexed in this volume, sixty plays about Christ- 
mas; it is doubtful if from this number, two would be found that might meet the 
requirements of any special class of amateurs. A play must always be examined 
before it is selected for production or reading and no library will have the sixty 
plays listed in this volume to offer its client. This fact alone creates an immediate 
and insurmountable impasse. The difficulty of the amateur group is a real one but 
it is not to be solved by the publication of subject lists. 



vi PREFACE 

The arrangement of the entries in this volume is the same as that in the 
Index to Plays, i.e. it is in two parts, an Author Index, and a Title and Subject 
Index. The order of entry under the author's name is as follows : 

Separate publication of a play. 
Collected works of the author. 
Composite collections. 
Periodicals. 

When a separate edition of a play has been issued, the full bibliographical 
information has been given — title, publisher, place and date of publication under 
the outdoor entry. After this, or after the title of the play if it has appeared in 
collected editions or magazines only, is given, first a word or two of description — 
comedy, tragedy, social, domestic — enough to suggest the character of the play, 
and then the number of acts. Occasionally when it has been impossible to obtain 
a copy of a play for examination this information will be found incomplete. 

In the Title and Subject Index has been given the title of the play, followed 
by the author's name. To locate the place of publication it is necessary to refer 
to the Author Index. Subject entries are given in bold-face type; there follows 
an indented list of plays upon the given subject. The subject list is not com- 
plete; it is intended merely to suggest a few titles to those seeking plays for 
special occasions or upon special subjects. 

In Appendix A only those works of an author which contain more than one 
play have been entered. The separate editions of the single plays have been 
entered as noted above, with full bibliographical information in the Author Index. 
Appendix B contains the list of composite collections indexed. 

It is a pleasure to acknowledge the many courtesies extended to me during 
the preparation of this volume by the Library of Congress and my publishers. 

Ina Ten Eyck Firkins 
May 20, 1935 



List of Periodicals Referred to in this Index 



Bibelot— Bibelot 
Bystander — Bystander 

California Univ. Chron — California University 

Chronicle 
Cornhill M. — Cornhill Magazine 
Criterion — Criterion 

Drama — Drama 

Dublin M. — Dublin Magazine 

Forum — Forum 

Golden Bk. — Golden Book Magazine 
Golden Hind — Golden Hind 

Harper's M. — Harper's Monthly Magazine 



Irish R. — Irish Review 

London Merc. — London Mercury 

New Europa — New Europa 

19th Cent. — Nineteenth Century and After 

Philistine — Philistine 

Players M. — Players Magazine 

Poet Lore — Poet Lore 

Slavonic R. — Slavonic Review 
Smart Set — Smart Set 
Stratford J. — Stratford Journal 

Theatre Arts— Theatre Arts Monthly 
Theatre M. — Theatre Magazine 



CONTENTS 



Preface v 

List of Periodicals Referred to in This Index vii 

Author Index 1 

Title and Subject Index 89 

Appendix A. — List of Books by One Author Containing 

More Than One Play 125 

Appendix B. — Collections of Plays by More Than One 

Author 131 



INDEX TO PLAYS 

SUPPLEMENT 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Abbott, George and Bridgers, Ann Preston 

Coquette; a play in three acts. N.Y. 
Longmans. 1928. 8°. 137p. Comedy 
Same in Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 
1927-28 (abridged) 
Abbott, George and Gleason, James 

Fall guy; a comedy in three acts. N.Y. 
French. cl928. 12°. 97p. 
Abbott, George, joint author. See Burnett, 

Dana and Abbott, George 
Abdullah, Achmed 

Black tents. N.Y. Liveright. Orient. 7 
scenes. 1930. 12°. 218p. 
Ackland, Rodney 

Strange orchestra, a play in three acts. 
London. Gollancz. 1932. 112p. 
Same in Famous plays of 1932-33 
Adair, T. 

Bean boy. 1 act 
In Jagendorf, M. A. ed. Nine short 
plays written for young people 
to stage 
Ade, George, 1866- 

College widow. Comedy. 4 acts 
In Cordell, R. A. ed. Representative 
modern plays 
Ahearn, T. J. 

Twelve before three. 1 act 
In Nicholson, K. ed. Hollywood plays 
Aikins, Carroll C. C. 

God of gods. Indian. 2 acts 
In Massey, V. ed. Canadian plays 
from Hart House theatre, v. 2 
Akins, Zoe, 1886- 

Old maid. Dramatized from the novel 
of Edith Wharton. N.Y. Appleton. 
1935. 12°. 188p. 5 episodes 
Portrait of Tiero. Tragedy. 1 act 
In Isaacs, E. J. ed. Plays of American 
life and fantasy 
Such a charming young man. N.Y. 
French. 1933. 17p. 
Alarcon, D. Juan Ruiz de 
Truth suspected. Comedy. 3 acts 
In Poet Lore 38:475 
Alden, Alice Wight, 1865- 

Dickon goes to the fair. Juvenile. 
1 act 
In Dickon goes to the fair, and other 
plays 
Aldington, Hilda Doolittle (Mrs. Richard 
Aldington) (H. D. pseud.) 
Hippolytus temporizes; a play in three 
acts. Boston. Houghton. 1927. 12°. 
139p. Lyrical tragedy 



Aldis, Mary (Reynolds) 1872- 

Mrs. Pat and the law. Boston. Baker. 

1923. 12° 
St. Patrick's day. 1 act 
In Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, 
A. P. eds. Plays for our Amer- 
ican holidays, v. 1 
Two plus two; or, Two and two make 
four. Chicago. Dramatic pub. co. 
icl929i 12° 
Alehin, Alexander Fedor, 1891- 
Boaster. 1 act 

In First sin, and other one act plays 
First sin. 1 act 

In First sin, and other one act plays 
Glutton. 1 act 

In First sin, and other one act plays 
Secret. 1 act 
In First sin, and other one act plays 
Aleichem, Sholem, 1859-1916 
Gymnazie. 1 act 
In White, B. F. trans. Nine one-act 
plays from the Yiddish 
Liars. Comedy. 1 act 
In Shay, F. ed. Fifty more contem- 
porary one-act plays 
Alexander, Hartley 
Kills-with-her-man 
In Isaacs, E. J. ed. Plays of American 
life and fantasy 
Alger, Esther Marion 

In 'ependence; a one act play 
In Poet Lore 41:140 
Allen, Inglis, 1879- 

Sufiragette's redemption, a play in one 
act. N.Y. French. cl913. 12°. 16p. 
Alvarez Quintero, Serafin, 1871- and 
Alvarez Quintero, Joaquin, 1873- 
Don Abel wrote a tragedy. Comedy. 
3 acts 
In Four comedies 
Dofia Clarines. Comedy. 2 acts 

In Four comedies 
Fortunate. Tragic farce. 2 scenes 

In Four plays 
Grief (La pena) ; a drama in two scenes 

In Poet Lore 41:391 
Hundred years old. (El centenario) 
Comedy. 2 acts 
In Four plays 

Plays of to-day 
Lady from Alfalqueque (La consulesa) 
Comedy. 2 acts 
In Four plays 
Love passes by. Comedy. 2 acts 
In Four comedies 



INDEX TO PLAYS 



Alv2irez Quintero, S. and J. — Continued 
Malvaloca. Andalusian life. 3 acts 
In Dickinson, T. H. ed. Chief con- 
temporary dramatists. ser. 3 
Peace and quiet. Comedy. 2 acts 

In Four comedies 
Sunny morning; a comedy of Aladrid in 
one act. . . 1932. N.Y. French. il914] 
18p. 
Same in Webber, J. P. and Webster, 
H. H. eds. One-act plays for sec- 
ondary schools 
Widow's eyes; a comedy in one act 

In Poet Lore 40:552 
Women have their way. (Women's 
town) (Pueblo de las mujeres) 
Comedy. 2 acts 
In Four plays 
Ament, William Sheffield 
Duel about nothing. 1 act 
In Hughes, G. ed. Short plays for 
modern players 
Andersen, Madge 
Fairy ring. 1 act 

In Jagendorf, W. A. ed. Nine short 
plays 
Anderson, Lee 

Arabesque. 1 act 

In Ten one act plays 
Bed for three. 1 act 

In Ten one act plays 
Dawning. 1 act 

In Ten one act plays 
Give the audience a chance. 1 act 

In Ten one act plays 
In the thousands of years to come. 1 act 

In Ten one act plays 
Is peculiar. Revenge. 3 scenes 
In Players book of one act plays, 
ser. 1 
"Man wants — ". 1 act 

In Ten one act plays 
Manhood. 1 act 

In Ten one act plays 
Mutiny. Tragedy. 1 act 
In Players book of one act plays. 
ser. 1 
Rondo. 1 act 

In Ten one act plays 
Simple soul. 1 act 

In Ten one act plays 
Strategy; a prevarication in one act 
In Players book of one act plays, 
ser. 1 
Such is love. 1 act 
In Ten one act plays 
Anderson, Maxwell, 1888- 

Both your houses; a play in three acts. 
N.Y. French. 1933. 12°. 180p. 
Same in Mantle, B. ed. Best plays 
of 1932-33 (abridged) 
Elizabeth the queen, a play in three acts. 
N.Y. Longmans. 1930. 8°. 168p. His- 
torical 
Same in Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 
1930-31 (abridged) 
Gypsy. Comedy. 3 acts 
Same in Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 
1928-29 (abridged) 



Mary of Scotland; a play in three acts. 
N.Y. Garden City. 1933. 12°. 202p. 
Historical 
Same in Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 
1933-34 (abridged) 
Night over Taos; a play in three acts. 
N.Y. French. 1932. 12°. 200p. His- 
torical 
Outside looking in. Hobo comedy. 
3 acts 
In Anderson, M. and Hickerson, H. 
Gods of the lightning. . . Outside 
looking in 
Saturday's children; a comedy in three 
acts. N.Y. Longmans. 1927. 8°. 166p. 
Same in Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 
1926-27 (abridged) 

Tucker, S. M. ed. Modern 
American and British plays 
Valley Forge, a play in three acts. Wash- 
ington [D.C] Anderson House. 1934. 
8°. 169p. Historical. 
What price glory. War. 3 acts 

In Chandler, F. W. and Cordell, R. A. 
eds. Twentieth century plays 
Anderson, Maxwell, 1888- and Hickerson, 
Harold 
Gods of the lightning. Sacco-Vanzetti 
case. 3 acts 
In Gods of the lightning. . . Outside 
looking in 
Outside looking in 
In Gods of the lightning. . . Outside 
looking in 
Andreas, Eulalie 

Divorce specialist. Comedy. 1 act 

In Four one-act comedies 
Lure of the stage. Comedy. 1 act 

hi Four one-act comedies 
Modern David Garrick. Comedy. 1 act 

In Four one-act comedies 
Woman of it. Comedy. 1 act 
In Four one-act comedies 
Andreas, Eulalie and Hurrie, Jane 

Yes, yes! go on; a comedy in three 
acts. . . Boston. Baker. cl928. 8°. 
122p. 
Andreev, Leonid Nikolaevich, 1871-1819 
He who gets slapped. Satire. 4 acts 
In Dickinson, T. H. ed. Chief contem- 
porary dramatists, ser. 3 
Moses, M. J. ed. Dramas of mod- 
ernism and their forerunners 
Tucker, S. M. ed. Modern conti- 
nental plays 
Tucker, S. M. ed. Twenty-five mod- 
ern plays 
Watson, E. B. and Pressey, B. eds. 
Contemporary drama. European 
plays 
Ankrum, Morris and Duffey, Vincent 

Mystery man; a mystery play in three 
acts. . . N.Y. French. cl928. 12°. 
97p. 
Annunzio, Gabriel d' 1864- 

Francesca da Rimini. Tragedy. 3 acts 
In Tucker, S. M. ed. Modern conti- 
nental plays 
Tucker, S. M. ed. Twenty-five 
modern plays 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Anonymous 

At the ferry. 1 scene 

In Johnson, T. ed. More plays in 
miniature 
Punch and Judy. Puppet. 1 act 
In Moses, M. J. ed. Treasury of plays 
for children 
Shakespeare, the playmaker 

In Sanford, A. P. ed. Plays for gradu- 
ation days 
Taking the picnic to the shut-in. Red 
Cross. 1 act 
In Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, A. 
P. eds. Plays for our American 
holidays, v. 4 
Ansky, S. A. pseud. Sec Rappoport, Solo- 
mon 
Anspacher, Louis Kaufman, 1878- 

Unchastened woman. Comedy. 3 acts 
In Mantle, B. and Sherman, G. P. eds. 
Best plays of 1909-19 
Anthony, C. L. pseud. (Smith, Dorothy 
Gladys) 1896- 
Autumn crocus, a play in three acts. 
London. Gollancz. 1931. 12°. 127p. 
Social 
Same in Famous plays of 1931 
Plays of a half-decade 
Service; a play in three acts. London. 
Gollancz. 1932. 12°. 126p. 
Same in Famous plays of 1932-33 
Archer, William, 1856-1924 

Beatriz Juana. Renaissance. 3 acts 

In Three plays 
George Washington's wedding. Histori- 
cal. 1 act 
In Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, A. 
P. eds. Plays for our American 
holidays, v. 3 
Lidia [based on Rowley's Great duke of 
Florence]. Comedy. 4 acts 
In Three plays 
Martha Washington. Historical. 8 scenes 

In Three plays 
War is war; or. The Germans in Bel- 
gium, a drama of 1914. N.Y. Doran. 
[cl919i 12°. 117p. 
Aristophanes, 440-380 B.C. 

Lysistrata; a comedy; il. by Norman 
Lindsay. N.Y. Illustrated Editions 
Co. 1933. 114p. Feminism. 3 acts 
Same in Plays of the Moscow Art 
Theatre musical studio. 1925 
Arkell, Reginald 

Columbine: A fantasy; and other verses. 
London. Benn. 1911. 12° 
Same in Hampden, J. ed. Ten modern 
plays 
Webber, J. P. and Webster, H. H. 
eds. One-act plays for secondary 
schools 
Sending grandpa to heaven; a play in 
one act. N.Y. French. (cl929i 12°. 
19p. 

Arkwright, Ruth 

Baby New Year. 1 act 
In Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, A. 
P. eds. Plays for our American 
holidays, v. 2 



Olaf and the trolls; a Norwegian fairy- 
play in three scenes. 193-? London. 
National Society's Depository. 12°. 
35p. 
Aden, Michael, pseud. (Kuyumjian, Dik- 
ran) 
Acting version of the Green Hat; a ro- 
mance. N.Y. Doran. cl925. 8°. lOSp. 
Arlen, Michael and Hackett, Walter 

Good losers; a play in tliree acts and a 
prologue. N.Y. French. cl933. 8°. 
99p. 
Arlen, Michael and Smith, Winchell, 1871- 
Zoo; a comedy in three acts. N.Y. 
French. cl927. 8°. 99p. 
Arlett, Vera Isabel, 1896- 

Corner in dreams; a comedy in one act. 

London. Gowans. 1927. 12°. 57p. 
Gardener; a play in one act 

In Poet Lore 41:305 
Last man in; a play in one act 

In Poet Lore 41:410 
Making it pay; a comedy in one act. N.Y. 

French. cl931. 12°. 27p. 
Visitor; a play in one act. London. 
Gowans. 1929. 8°. 30p. 
Arliss, George, joint author. See Hamlin, 

Mary P. and Arliss, George 
Armstrong, Anthony 

Ten-minute alibi. Detective. 3 acts 
In Famous plays of 1933 
Armstrong, L. van V. 

Late Captain Crow. 1 act 
In One-act plays for stage and study, 
ser. 5 
Armstrong, Noel 

Marthe. Character. 1 act 

In Shay, F. ed. Fifty more contem- 
porary one-act plays 
Arnold, J. and Burke, E. 
Good medicine 
In Twelve one-act plays 
Asch, Shalom, 1880- 

Sabbatai Zevi; a tragedy in three acts 
and six scenes with a prologue and 
an epilogue. Authorized trans, from 
the Russian version by Florence 
White and George Rapall Noyes. 
Philadelphia. Jewish publication so- 
ciety of America. 1930. 12°. 131p. 
Ash, Shalom. See Asch, Shalom 
Ashton, Winifred (Clemence Dane, pseud.) 
Adam's opera, the text of a play . . . 
set to music by Richard Addinsell. 
Garden City, N.Y. Doubleday. 1929. 
8°. 134p. 2 acts 
Bill of divorcement. Problem. 3 acts 
In Recapture; a Clemence Dane omni- 
bus 
Cordell, R. A. ed. Representative 

modern plays 
Marriot, J. W. ed. Great modern 
British plays 
Granite. Tragedy. 4 acts 
In Recapture; a Clemence Dane om- 
nibus 
Tucker, S. M. ed. Modern Ameri- 
can and British plays 
Mariners. N.Y. Macmillan. 1927. 12°. 
72p. Problem. 3 acts 



INDEX TO PLAYS 



Ashton, Winifred — Continued 
Mr. Fox, a play for boys, N.Y. French. 

_ cl927. 8°. 21p. 1 act 
Shivering shocks; or, The hiding place; 
a play for boys. N.Y. French. cl923. 
12°. 22p. 1 act 
Traveller returns; a play in one act, by 
Clemence Dane. N.Y. French. cl927. 
12°. 22p. 
Wild Decembers. London. Heinemann. 

1932. 8°. 97p. Brontes. 3 acts 
Will Shakespeare. 1 act 

In Recapture; a Clemence Dane om- 
nibus 
Ashton, Winifred and Addinsell, Richard 
Come of age. Garden City, N.Y. Double- 
day. 1934. 12°. 116p. Thomas Chat- 
terton 
Atlas, Leopold L. 

House we live in. Character. 4 acts 
In Wednesday's child and House we 
live in 
"L." 1 act 

In Baker, G. P. ed. Yale one-act plays 
Wednesday's child. Domestic. 2 acts 
In Wednesday's child and House we 

live in 
Same in Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 
1933-34 (abridged) 
Averchenko, Arkady 

Man with the green necktie; a Russian 
comedy 
In Golden Bk 17:449 
Bacon, Leonard 

Dream and action. N.Y. Harper. 1934. 
71p. Jean-Arthur Rimbaud 
Bagg, Helen 

Left overs. Comedy. 3 acts 
In Prize plays of 1927 
Bailey, Loretto Carroll 
Cloey. Comedy. 1 act 
In Koch, F. H. ed. Carolina folk 
comedies 
Job's kinfolks, a play of the mill people. 
1 act 
In Koch, F. H. ed. Carolina folk- 
plays, ser. 3 
Bain, Ethel 

Glowing cross; a miracle playlet for 
Easter. Briggsville, Wis. Catholic 
drama movement. cl931. 12°. lOp. 
He is risen; a play for Easter week, in 
six scenes with prologue. N.Y. 
Avondale press. 1929. 12°. 31p. 
Road to Bethlehem; a Christmas play for 
children in one scene. N.Y. Avon- 
dale press. (cl927i 12°. 13p. 
Baker, Elizabeth 

Bert's girl; a comedy in four acts. Lon- 
don. Benn. 1927. 12°. 98p. 
Faithful admirer. Comedy. 1 act 
In Shay, F. ed. Fifty more contem- 
porary one-act plays 
Miss Tassey. Suicide. 1 act 
In Clark, B. H. ed. Representative 
one-act plays by British and Irish 
authors 



Balderston, John Lloyd, 1889- 

Berkeley Square; a play in three acts. . . 
(The plot suggested by Henry 
James's posthumous fragment, "The 
sense of the past") N.Y. French. 
cl928. 8°. 96p. 
Same in Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 
1929-30 (abridged) 
Morality play for the leisured class. 
1 act 
In Shay, F. ed. Fifty more contem- 
porary one-act plays 
Balderston, John Lloyd, 1889- and Hoarre, 
J. E. 
Red planet, a plav in three acts. N.Y. 
French. 1933. '12°. 99p. 
Ball, Jack and Scribner, Edwin 

Have patience, doctor; a merry medical 
mix-up in three acts. N.Y. French. 
cl933. 12°. 103p. 
Ballard, Frederick, 1884- 

Ladies of the jury, a comedy in three 
acts. N.Y. French. 1931. 12°. 147p. 
Rainy day, a comedy in three acts. N.Y. 
French. tcl931i 12°. llOp. 
Banning, Kendall, 1879- and Kellock, Har- 
old, 1879- 
Copy; a comedy-drama in one act. N.Y. 
Longmans 
Satne in Twelve one-act plays 
Barbee, Lindsay, 1876- 

Making of a king. Biblical 
In Gaw, A. et al. Pharaoh's daughter 
and other Biblical plays of the 
contest, 1927 
Baring, Maurice, 1874- 

After Euripides' Electra. 1 act 

In Golden Bk 17:257 
Aulis difficulty. Travesty. 1 act 
In Tucker, S. M. ed. Twelve one-act 
plays for study and production 
Calypso. Comedy. 1 act 
In London Merc 18:245 
Catherine Parr. Historical. 1 act 
In Hampden, J. ed. Eight modern 
plays 
Don Juan's failure. 1 act 

In Golden Bk 13:69 Ap '31 
Drawback. Duologue 

In Johnson, T. ed. More plays in min- 
iature 
Gaston de Foix; a play in three acts. 

Oxford. Blackwell. 1913. 12°. 72p. 
Greek vase. Comedy. 1 act 
In Johnson, T. ed. Miniature plays for 
stage or study 
King Alfred and the neat-herd. 1 act 

In Modern short plays, ser. 3 
Rehearsal. Shakespeare. 1 act 
In Hampden, J. ed. Nine modern 
plays 
Webber, J. P. and Webster, H. H. 
Typical plays for secondary 
schools 
Golden Bk 9:104 Mr '29 
Xanthippe and Socrates. Duologue. 
1 scene 
In Johnson, T. ed. More plays in min- 
iature 
Barnard, Charles, joint author. See De Mille, 
W. C. and Barnard, C. 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Barnes, Eleanor 

Close to the wind. 1 act 
In Poet Lore 40:588 
Barnouw, Erik 
Open collars; a play of undergraduate 
life in Kingston University. Prince- 
ton Univ. press. 1928. 8°. 83p. 3 acts 
Baronian, Hagop H., 1842-1891 
Gentlemen beggars; a comedy in five 
acts; tr. from the Armenian and 
dramatized by E. D. Megerditchian. 
Boston. Bruce Humphries. 1932. 
118p. 
Barrett, Frank Wilson, joint author. See 
Brandon-Thomas, Jevan, and Bar- 
rett, Frank Wilson 
Barrie, Sir James Matthew, 1860- 
Admirable Crichton. Comedy. 4 acts 

In Plays of J. M. Barrie 
Alice-sit-by-the-fire. Comedy. 1 act 

In Plays of J. M. Barrie 
Barbara's wedding. World war. 1 act 

In Plays of J. M. Barrie 
Dear Brutus. Comedy. 3 acts 
In Plays of J. M. Barrie 

Watson, E. B. and Pressey, B. eds. 
Contemporary drama: English and 
Irish plays 
Half an hour. Comedy. 1 act 
In Plays of J. M. Barrie 

Shall we join the ladies? 
Kiss for Cinderella. Comedy. 3 acts 

In Plays of J. M. Barrie 
Mary Rose. Fantasy. 3 acts 

In Plays of J. M. Barrie 
New word. Comedy. 1 act 

In Plays of J. M. Barrie 
Old friends. Heredity. 1 act 
In Plays of J. M. Barrie 

Shall we join the ladies? 
Old lady shows her medals. Comedy. 
1 act 
In Plays of J. M. Barrie 
Pantaloon. Comedy. 1 act 

In Plays of J. M. Barrie 
Peter Pan; or, The boy who would not 
grow up. N.Y. Scribner. 1928. 12°. 
162p. Fairy. 5 acts 
In Plays of J. M. Barrie 
Quality street. Comedy. 4 acts 

In Plays of J. M. Barrie 
Rosalind. Comedy. 1 act 

In Plays of J. M. Barrie 
Seven women. Comedy. 1 act 
In Plays of J. M. Barrie 

Shall we join the ladies? 
Shall we join the ladies? N.Y. Scribner. 
1928. 12°. 21p. [This is the first act 
of an unfinished play] Mystery 
Same in Plays of J. M. Barrie 

Shall we join the ladies? 

(Hodder) 
Asquith, C. ed. Black cap; 
new stories of murder and 
mystery 

Twelve-pound look. Comedy. 1 act 
In Plays of J. M. Barrie 

Well-remembered voice. Supernatural. 
1 act 
In Plays of J. M. Barrie 



What every woman knows. Comedy. 
4 acts 
In Plays of J. M. Barrie 

Watson, E. B. and Pressey, B. eds. 
Contemporary drama: English 
and Irish plays, v. 1 
Will. Comedy. 1 act 
In Plays of J. M. Barrie 
Barrows, Marjorie 

Clown of Doodle Doo 
In Jagendorf, M. A. ed. Nine short 
plays 
Barrows, Thomas, joint author. See Nichol- 
son, Kenyon and Barrows, Thomas 
Barry, Philip, 1896- 

Animal kingdom; a comedy. N.Y. French. 
1932. 12°. 198p. 

Same in Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 
1931-32 (abridged) 
Holiday, a comedy in three acts. N.Y. 
French. 1929. 12°. 205p. 
In Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 1928- 
29 (abridged) 
Hotel universe, a play. N.Y. French. 
1930. 12°. 166p. Psychoanalysis. 
1 act 
In a garden; a comedy in three acts. 
N.Y. French. 1929. 12°. 133p. 
Same in Tucker, S. M. ed. Twenty-five 
modern plays 
John, a play. N.Y. French. 1929. 12°. 

173p. St. John the Baptist 
Joyous season. N.Y. French. 1934. 12°. 

168p. Social climbers. 3 acts 
Paris bound, a comedy. N.Y. French. 
1929. 12°. 193p. 3 acts 
Same in Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 
1927-28 (abridged) 
Tomorrow and tomorrow, a play. N.Y. 
French. 1931. 12°. 173p. Problem. 
3 acts 
Same in Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 
1930-31 (abridged) 
White wings; a comedy in three acts. 

N.Y. French. 1929. 12°. 149p. 
You and I, a comedy in three acts. N.Y. 
French. 1929. 12°. 160p. 
Barry, Philip, joint author. See Rice, Elmer 

L. and Barry, Philip 
Barry, William Edwin 
Jade god, a mystery play in three 
acts. . . dramatized from the novel 
of the same name by Alan Sullivan. 
N.Y. French. cl930. 12°. 77p. 
Barton, Lucy 

New Salem days 

In Sanford, A. P. ed. Lincoln plays 
Susan should marry. 1 act 

In Sanford, A. P. ed. One-act plays 
for women 
Basshe, Emanuel Jo, 1899- 

Centuries; portrait of a tenement house; 
a New playwrights theatre produc- 
tion. N.Y. Macaulay. 1928. 12°. 227p. 
Earth; a play in seven scenes. . . N.Y. 

Macaulay. [cl927] 12°. 17-122p. 
Invitation. 1 act 
In One-act plays for stage and study, 
ser. 4 



INDEX TO PLAYS 



Batchelder, Clara Burbank (Barbara Bur- 
bank, pseud.) 
Anne, of old Salem. A drama in three 
acts. Chicago. Dramatic pub. co. 
cl906. 12°. 41p. 
Symphony in black; a comedy in two 
acts for female characters only. . . 
Boston. Baker. 1901. 12°. 21p. 
Bate, Richard Alexander, 1871- 

Robert Edward Lee. Boston. Stratford. 
1927. 12°. 83p. Historical. 4 acts 
Bates, Ado, 1850-1918 

Yes and no. Duologue. 1 scene 

In Johnson, T. ed. More plays in 
miniature 
Bates, Esther Willard 

Evacuation of Boston. Historical 
In Johnson, T. ed. Washington anni- 
versary plays 
Tree of life. Easter. 1 act 

In Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, A. P. 
eds. Plays for our American holi- 
days. V. 1 
Bates, Herbert 

King's English. Fantasy. 1 act 
In Goldstone, G. A. ed. One-act plays 
Baum, Vicki, 1888- 

Grand Hotel; tr. by Basil Creighton. 
Garden City, N.Y. Doubleday. 1931. 
8°. 309p. Tragi-comedy. 3 acts 
Same in Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 
1930-31 (abridged) 
Baumer, Marie, 1905- 
It's an ill wind. 1 act 
In One-act plays for stage and study, 
ser. 5 
Jobyna steps out, a comedy in three acts. 

N.Y. French. cl932. 12°. lOOp. 
Town. 1 act 
In Clark, B. H. and Nicholson, K. eds. 
American scene 
Bax, Clifford, 1886- 
Apricot tree. Comedy. 1 act 

In Twelve short plays 
Aucassin and Nicolette. Romance. 1 act 
In Twelve short plays 

Marriott, J. W. ed. One-act plays 
of to-day. ser. 5 
Cloak. Fantasy. 1 act 

In Twelve short plays 
Immortal ladv; a play in three acts. NY 
French. [1931] 8°. 70p. 
Same in Valiant ladies 
Poetasters of Ispahan, a comedy in 
verse. Boston. Baker. [cl929i 12°. 39p. 
Same in Hampden, J. ed. Nine mod- 
ern plays 
Twelve short plays 
Prelude and fugue. Love. 1 act 

In Twelve short plays 
Quaker's 'cello. Character. 1 act 
In Bourne, J. ed. 8 new one-act plays 
of 1933 
Rose and the cross. 5 pts. 
In Twelve short plays 
Rose without a thorn. N.Y. French 
cl931. 8°. 67p. Historical. 3 acts 
Same in Valiant ladies 

Famous plays of 1932 
Plays of a half-decade 



Silly Willy. Marionette play. 6 scenes 
In Twelve short plays 

Hampden, J. ed. Seven modern 
plays for younger players 
Socrates, a play in six scenes. London. 
Gollancz. 1930. 12°. 135p. 
Same in Six plays 
Square pegs; a rhymed fantasy for two 
girls. London. Hendersons. 1920. 12°. 
27p. 1 act 
Same in Twelve short plays 

Marriott, J. W. ed. One-act plays 
of to-day. ser. 4 
Summit. Love. 1 act 
In Twelve short plays 

Johnson, T. ed. Diminutive come- 
dies 
Unknown hand. Satire. 1 act 

In Twelve short plays 
Venetian, a play. N.Y. Farrar. [cl931] 
12°. 235p. Renaissance. 3 acts 
Same in Valiant ladies 
Volcanic island. Freudian comedy. 1 
act 
In Twelve short plays 
Wandering scholar. Comedy. 1 act 
In Twelve short plays 
Baxter, A. 

Brother Donald. Comedy 
In Snook, L. O. ed. Comedies seven 
Beach, Lewis, 1891- 
Merrv Andrew; a comedy in three acts. 
N.Y. French. 1930. 12°. 180p. 
Beatty, Willard W. joint author. See 

Cuddy, L. A. and others 
Beck, Warren 

Affairs of men. Comedy. 1 act 

In Six little theatre plays 
After all these years. Comedy. 1 act 

In Six little theatre plays 
Apostrophe in modern dress. Comedy 
In Snook, L. O. ed. Comedies seven 
Fine frenzy. Comedy. 1 act 
In Six little theatre plays 
Fixed canon. Law. 1 act 

In Six little theatre plays 
Heart too soon made glad. 1 act 

In Six little theatre plays 
It's no use to argue. Future. 1 act 
In Six little theatre plays 
Beecher, Betty B. 
Inner urge. Comedy 
In Snook, L. O. ed. Comedies seven 
Behrman, Samuel Nathaniel, 1893- 

Biography, a comedy. N.Y. Farrar. 
[cl933i 12°. 241p. 3 acts 
Same in Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 
1932-33 (abridged) 
Brief moment, a comedy in three acts. 
N.Y. Farrar. tcl931i 12°. 235p. 
Same in Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 
1931-32 
Meteor. N.Y. Brentano's. 1930. 12°. 178p. 
Egoism. 3 acts 
Same in Three plays 
Rain from heaven; a play in three acts. 

N.Y. Random House. 1935. 250p. 
Second man; a comedy in three acts. 
Garden City N.Y. Doubleday. 1927. 
12°. 195p. Also N.Y. French. cl928 
Same in Three plays 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Serena Blandish; or, The difficulty of 
getting married. Comedy. 2 acts 
In Three plays 
Beith, John Hay (Ian Hay, pseud.) 1876- 
Blank cartridge, a farce. N.Y. French. 

cl928. 12°. 24p. 
Happy ending; a play in three acts. N.Y. 

French. cl927. 8°. 83p. 
Mr. Faint-heart, a romantic comedy in 
three acts, by Ian Hay [pseud.] N.Y. 
French. cl931. 8°. 67p. 
Personally or by letter, a little comedy. 
N.Y. French. cl928. 12°. 20p. 1 act 
Treasure trove, a fantasy. N.Y. French. 
1928. 12°. 24p. 1 act 
Beith, John Hay, 1876- and Armstrong, 
Anthony, 1897- 
Orders are orders; a military diversion 
in three acts. N.Y. French. cl933. 
8°. lOlp. 
Beith, John Hay, 1876- and Bolton, Guy 
Reginald 
Song of six pence; a Scottish comedy. 
N.Y. French. cl930. 8°. 80p. 3 acts 
Beith, John Hay, 1876- and King-Hall, 
Stephen 
Midshipmaid; a naval manoeuvre in 
three acts. N.Y. French. cl932. 8°. 
95p. Also Houghton. 1933 
Beith, John Hay, 1876- and Wodehouse, 
Pelham Grenville, 1881- 
Baa, baa, black sheep; a farcical comedy 
in three acts. N.Y. French. 1930. 
8°. 81p. 
Damsel in distress; a comedy of youth, 
love and adventure in three acts. 
N.Y. French. 1930. 8°. 89p. 
Leave it to Psmith; a comedy of youth, 
love and misadventure, in three acts. 
N.Y. French. cl932. 8°. 87p. 
Belasco, David, 1859-1931 
Adrea. Tragedy. 5 acts 

In Six plays 
Darling of the gods. Japanese. 5 acts 

In Six plays 
Du Barry. Historical. 5 acts 

In Six plays 
Girl of the golden West. Melodrama. 
4 acts 
In Six plays 
Madame Butterfly. Tragedy. Japan 
(From story of John Luther Long) 
1 act 
In Six plays 

Quinn, A. H. Representative Amer- 
ican plays 
Return of Peter Grimm. Supernatural. 
3 acts 
In Six plays 

Bell, Florence Eveleen Eleanore (Oliffe), 
Lady 

Angela; a play in three acts. London. 
Benn. 1926. 12°. lOlp. 

Dean of St. Patrick's; a play in four 
acts. London. Arnold. 1903. 8°. 94p. 

Heart of Yorkshire, a play in three parts 
and an epilogue. London. Hum- 
phreys. 1923. 12°. 75p. 

Kirstin. 3 scenes 
In Four short plays 



Parachute. Comedy. 1 act 

In Four short plays 
Second-class duke. Comedy. 1 act 

In Four short plays 
Story of Rachel. 1 act 

In Four short plays 
Way the money goes, a play in three 
acts. London. Sidgwick. 1910. 12°. 
104p. 
Bell, Florence E. E. and Cecil, Arthur 
Time is money; a comedy in one act. 
N.Y. French. 1905. 12°. 27p. 
Bell, James Wallace 

Symphony in illusion. 1 act 
In Marriott, J. W. ed. Best one-act 
plays of 1932 
Bell, John Joy, 1871- 

Thirst. Mediaeval episode. 1 act 
In Eight one-act plays 
Bellamy, Frederica Lefevre 
Darkness and dawn; a mystery play of 
Easter even. N.Y. Woman's press. 
[1930] 12°. 38p. 
Same in Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, 
A. P. eds. Plays for our 
American holidays, v. 1 
Belser, Gertrude L. 

Deliverer; a legend of Washington; a 
short play. Philadelphia. Hall-Mack. 
[cl932] 8p. 
Benavente y Martinez, Jacinto, 1866- 

Bonds of interest; tr. from the Spanish 
by John Garrett Underbill. N.Y. 
Scribner. 1929. 12°. 112p. Comedy. 3 
acts 
La malquerida. Tragedy. 3 acts 
In Tucker, S. M. ed. Modern con- 
tinental plays 
Tucker, S. M. ed. Twenty-five mod- 
ern plays 
Saturday night; tr. from the Spanish 
with a preface by John Garrett Un- 
derbill. N.Y. Scribner. 1927. 12°. 129p. 
Symbolic. 5 tableaux 
Benelli, Sem, 1877- 
Love of the three kings. Tragic poem. 
3 acts 
In Dickinson, T. H. ed. Chief con- 
temporary dramatists, ser. 3 
California Univ. Chron. 25:1 
Bennett, Arnold, 1867-1931 

Bright island. Comedy. 3 acts 

In Three plays 
Cupid and commonsense. Comedy. 4 
acts 
In Three plays 
Don Juan de Marana; a play in four acts. 

London. Laurie. 1923. 12°. 178p. 
Flora. 3 acts 

In Five three-act plays 
Good woman; a farce in one act. Lon- 
don. Gowans. 1930. 8°. 39p. 
Great adventure. Comedy. 4 acts 
In Church, V. ed. Curtain! 

Cordell, R. A. ed. Representative 
modern plays 
Question of sex; a farce in one act. Lon- 
don. Gowans. 1930. 8°. 4Sp. 
Sacred and profane love. Comedy. 4 
acts 
In Three plays 



8 



INDEX TO PLAYS 



Bennett, Arnold — Continued 
Snake charmer. 1 act 
In Eight one-act plays 

One-act plays for stage and study, 
ser. 6 
Stepmother; a farce in one act. London. 
Gowans. 1929. 24°. 46p. 
Bennett, Arnold, 1867- and Knoblock, 
Edward, 1874- 
Milestones; a play in three acts. London. 
Methuen. (1912i 16°. 126p. 
In Marriott, J. W. ed. Great modern 
British plays 
Pence, R. W. ed. Dramas by 

present-day writers 
Tucker, S. M. ed. Modern plays 
Mr. Prohack; a comedy in three acts. 
London. Chatto. 1927. 12°. 121p. 
Also Garden City, N.Y. Doubleday. 
1928 
Bennett, Charles 
"Return", a play in a prologue and 
three acts. London. Benn. 1928. 12°. 
115p. 
Bennett, Mabel Keightley 

My Dixie Rose; a comedy drama in three 
acts. Chicago. Denison. 1927. 12°. 
96p. 
Bennison, Louis 

"Johnny get your gun"; a comedy in 
prologue and three acts. . . N.Y. 
French. cl927. 12°. 112p. 
Benrimo, Joseph Henry, 1871- and Rhodes, 
Harrison, Garfield, 1871- 
VVillow tree, a Japanese fantasy in three 
acts. . . N.Y. French. cl931. 12°. 
91p. 
Benton, Rita, 1881- 

Carrots may be golden; a play; with 
preface by Mrs. A. S. Best. N.Y. 
Longmans. 1932. 68p. 
Beresford, Hugh and Seale, C. S. St. 
Brelade 
Second guest. Fear. 1 act 
In Eight one-act plays 
Berkeley, Reginald Cheyne, 1890- 

Dweller in the darkness, a play of the 
unknown, in one act. Boston. Baker. 
[Anthology of one-act plays] 1926. 
12°. 4p. 
Same in Phillips, Le R. & Johnson, T. 
Types of modern dramatic 
composition 
Lady with a lamp. London. Gollancz. 
1929. 12°. 136p. Also French 
Same in Famous plays of today 
Plays of a half-decade 
White chateau. London. Williams. 1925. 
12°. 79p. 6 scenes 
In Marriott, J. W. ed. Great modern 
British plays 
Berkowitz, I. D. 
Landsleit. 1 act 
In White, I. D. trans. Nine one-act 
plays from the Yiddish 
Barman, Henry 
Age of discretion. 1 act 

In Life demands! and other plays 
Law of compensation. 1 act 
In Life demands! and other plays 



Life demands! 4 acts 

In Life demands! and other plays 
Out of the dark. 1 act 

In Life demands! and other plays 
Time's fool. 1 act 

In Life demands! and other plays 
Vestiges. 1 act 

In Life demands! and other plays 
Bernard, Jean Jacques, 1888- 
Glamour. 3 acts 
In Katzin, W. ed. Eight European 
plays 
Martine, a play in five scenes. Boston. 
Baker. [cl932] 8°. 57p. Genre 
Same in Katzin, W. ed. Eight Euro- 
pean plays 
Poet's secret. (Le secret D'Arvers) Ro- 
mantic. 1 act 
In Vernon, V. and F. eds. Modern 
one-act plays from the French 
Unquiet spirit; a play in three acts; 
tr. by J. L. Frith. Boston. Baker. 
1932. 8°. 55p. 
Bernard, Tristan, 1866- 

Free treat. (Franches lippees) Comedy. 
1 act 
In Vernon, V. and F. eds. Modern 
one-act plays from the French 
French without a master; a farce in one 
act; tr. by Barrett H. Clark. N.Y. 
French. [cl91S] 12°. 20p. 
I'm going! a comedy in one act; tr. by 
Barrett H. Clark. N.Y. French. cl915. 
12°. 12p. 
Besier, Rudolf, 1878- 

Barretts of Wimpole street; a comedy in 
five acts. Boston. Little. 1930. 8°. 
165p. Historical 
Same in Famous plays of 1931 

Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 

1930-31 (abridged) 
Plays of a half-decade 
Virgin goddess. Tragedy. 1 act 
In Marriott, J. W. ed. Great modern 
British plays 
Besier, Rudolf, 1878- and Edginton, May 
(Helen Marion) 1883- 
Secrets, a play in a prologue, three acts 
and an epilogue. N.Y. French. cl930. 
8°. 84p. 
Biddle, (Frederick) Arnold 
Lord of life. Parish play 

In Two plays 
Verdict of the people. Parish play 
In Two plays 
Bimko, Felix, 1890- 
Liars! Comedy. 1 act 
In Block, E. ed. One-act plays from 
the Yiddish, ser. 2 
Binyon, [Robert] Lawrence, 1869- 

Boadicea, a play in eight scenes. London. 

Benn. 1927. 12°. 71p. 
Godstow nunnery. 1 act 
In Three short plays 
Love in the desert. 1 act 

In Three short plays 
Memnon. 1 act 
In Three short plays 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Paris and CEnone; [a tragedy in one act]. 
London. Constable. 1906. 12°. 23p. 
Same in Modern short plays, ser. 1 
Sopliro the wise; a play for children. . . 
London. Benn. [1927i 8°. 63p. 
Bjomson, Bjomstjeme, 1832-1910 

Beyond our power. Problem. 2 acts 
In Tucker, S. M. ed. Modern contin- 
ental plays 
Blackmore, Madeline 

"Pm over forty," a comedy in one act. 

N.Y. French. cl933. 12°. 18p. 
To die with a smile. 1 act 
In Nicholson, K. ed. Hollywood plays 
Blair, Philip 

Drumgarth; a play in one act. London. 
Allen. (19311 12°. 32p. 
Blair, Wilfrid 

Consarning- Sairey 'Uggins, a one-act 

farce. N.Y. French. tcl914) 12°. 19p. 

Death of Shakespeare; a chronicle play in 

two scenes. Oxford. Blackwell. 1916. 

8°. 24p. 

Bland, Margaret 

Pink and patches; a play in one act. N.Y. 
French. 1928. 12°. 24p. 
Bland, Margaret and Duls, Louisa 

Lighted candles, a tragedy of the Caro- 
lina highlands. 1 act 
In Koch, F. H. ed. Carolina folk- 
plays, ser. 3 
Blaney, Charles E. joint author. See 
Spooner, Cecil and Blaney, Charles E. 
Bloch, Bertram 

Gas, air, and earl. Comedy. 1 act 

In Nicholson, Kenyon, ed. Appleton 
book of short plays, ser. 2 
Morals and circumstance; a one act play 
In Smart Set 58:87 
Blom, Eric, 1888- 

Trouble factory, a tragi-comedy in four 
acts. London. Benn. 1928. 12°. lOlp. 
Boatright, Mody Coggin, 1896- 

Age of accountability; a tragedy in one 
act 
In Poet Lore 40:295 
C. C; a tragedy in one act 
In Poet Lore 41:124 
Boker, George Henry, 1823-1890 

Nydia; a tragic play; ed. by E. S. Brad- 
ley. Press of Univ. of Penn. 1929. 
12°. 102p. Pompeii. 5 acts 
Bolitho, William, 1890-1930 

Overture— 1920, a play, foreword by 
Gabriel Beer-Hofmann. N.Y. Simon 
1931. 8°. 136p. Labor. 3 acts 
Satne in Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 
1930-31 (abridged) 
Bolton, Guy, joint author. See Marcin, 

Max and Bolton, Guy 
Bolton, Ivy 

King of Sherwood. April Fool. 1 act 
In SchaufHer, R. H. and Sanford, A. P. 
eds. Plays for our American 
holidays, v. 2 
Bomstead, Beulah 

Diabolical circle. Cotton Mather. 1 act 
In Goldstone, G. A. ed. One-act plays 



Bond, Frank Eraser 
Woolly lamb of God, a play in one act, 
N.Y. French. cl932. 12°. 27p. 
Bonneschky, Guido 

Dr. Faust. Puppet. 4 acts 

In McPharlin, P. ed. Repertory of 
marionette plays 
Booth, Milliard 

Forget-me-knots; a farce in three acts. 

N.Y. French. 1927. 12°. 56p. 
Her radio Romeo; a comedy in two acts. 

N.Y. French. cl927. 12°. 35p. 
His majesty, the queen; a conaedy in two 

acts. N.Y. French. 1927. 12°. 
Letters; a comedy in three acts. N.Y. 

French. 1928. 12°. 61p. 
Nine points of the law; a farce in three 

acts. N.Y. French. cl928. 12°. 73p. 
Rookie and the rules; a comedy in one 

act. N.Y. French. 1929. 12°. 20p. 
Sally's ship comes in; a comedy in three 

acts. N.Y. French. cl927. 12°. 75p. 
White carnations; a comedy in three 
acts. N.Y. French. cl927. 12°. 67p. 
Bordeaux, Henry, 1870- 

Shattered. (L'ecran brise) Intrigue. 1 
act 
In Vernon, V. and F. eds. Modern 
one-act plays from the French 
Borsook, H. 

Three weddings of a hunchback. Comedy. 
1 act 
In Massey, V. ed. Canadian plays from 
Hart House theatre, v. 1 
Bottomley, Gordon, 1874- 
Acts of Saint Peter, a cathedral festival 
play. London. Constable. 1933. 12°. 
85p. 
Ardvorlich's wife. Historical. 1 act 

In Scenes and plays 
Bower of Wandel. 1 act 

In Lyric plays 
Crier by night, a play in one act. Tragedy 

/n Bibelot 15:297 
Culbin sands. 1 act 

In Lyric plays 
Kirkconnel lea. 1 act 

In Lyric plays 
Marsaili's weeping. 1 act 

In Lyric plays 
Merlin's grave. Legendary. 1 act 

In Scenes and plays 
Parting. 1 scene 

In Scenes and plays '. 

Return. 1 act 

In A parting and The Return 
Scenes and plays 
Singing sands. Historical. 1 act 

In Scenes and plays 
Sisters. 1 scene 

In Scenes and plays 
Suilven and the eagle. 1 act 

In Lyric plays 
Towie castle. Historical. 1 act 

In Scenes and plays 
Widow. Biblical. 1 scene 

In Scenes and plays 
Woman from the voe 
In Lyric plays 



10 



INDEX TO PLAYS 



Bouchor, Maurice, 1855- 

Noel, or The mystery of the nativity. 
4 scenes 
In McPharHn, P. ed. Repertory of 
marionette plays 
Bouchor, Maurice. See also Harper, H. 

Christmas tale 
Boulton, E. joint author. See Jennings, 

Gertrude E. and Boulton, E. 
Bourdet, fidouard 
Sex fable, a play. . . English text by 
Jane Hinton. N.Y. Brentano's. 1931. 
12°. 188p. 
Bourne, John 

Black night. 1 act 
In Bourne, J. ed. 8 new one-act plays 
for 1933 
Down the Crocus tunnel 
In Bourne, J. ed. Eight new plays for 
boys and girls 
Puck's good deed for the day; or, Shake- 
speare is so modern! Romantic. 1 
act 
In 8 new one-act plays of 1933 
Second visit. Supernatural. 1 act 
In Marriott, J. W. ed. Best one-act 
plays of 1932 
Bowie, Walter Russell, 1882- 

Christmas pageant of the Holy Grail. 
Religious. 1 act 
In Eastman, F. ed. Modern religious 
dramas 
Box, Sydney 

Fantastic flight. 1 act 
In Bourne, J. ed. 8 new one-act plays 
for 1934 
Murder trial. 1 act 

In Eight one-act plays 
Symphonic pathetique. Music. 1 act 
In Bourne, J. ed. 8 new one-act plays 
of 1933 
Boxer, Cecile F. 

Call; a play in one act. N.Y. French. 
cl929. 18°. 20p. 
Boyce, Keith, pseud. (Mrs. Hutchins Hap- 
good) 1872- 
Winter's night. Character. 1 act 

In Shay, F. ed. Fifty more contempor- 
ary one-act plays 
Bracco, Roberto, 1862- 

Phantasms. Pathological. 4 acts 
In Tucker, S. M. ed. Modern con- 
tinental plays 
Bradford, Roark 

How come Christmas, a modern morality. 
1 act 
In Harper's M 162:45 
Branch, Anna Hempstead 

St. Francis and the wolf. St. Francis. 
1 act 
In Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, A. B. 
eds. Plays for our American holi- 
days. V. 4 
Shoes that danced. Fantasy. 1 act 
In Webber, J. P. and Webster, H. H. 
eds. One-act plays for secondary 
schools 

Brandane, John, pseud. See Maclntyre, 
John 



Brandon-Thomas, Jevan, and Barrett, Frank 
Wilson 
Patchwork, a play in one act. N.Y. 
French. cl927. 12°. 20p. 
Braun, Wilbur 

Greatest good (for the greatest number); 
a comedy in three acts. N.Y. French. 
cl933. 12°. 12Sp. 
Brentano, Lowell, joint author. See Oursler, 

Fulton and Brentano, L. 
Bridie, James, pseud. See Mavor, Osborne 

Henry 
Brieux, Eugene, 1858-1932 

Because I love you. Jealousy. 1 act 
In Vernon, V. and F. eds. Modern 
one-act plays from the French 
Damaged goods. . . a play in three acts, 
tr. by John Pollock, with a preface 
by G. Bernard Shaw. N.Y. Bren- 
tano's. 1912. 12°. 80p. Heredity 
False gods. Superstition. 5 acts 
In Tucker, S. M. ed. Modern conti- 
nental plays 
Brighouse, Harold, 1882- 
Bit of war; a play in one act. N.Y. 

French. 1933. 18p. 
Coincidence; comedy in three acts. N.Y. 

French. 1929. 12°. 102p. 
Cupid and Psyche. Fantasy. 1 act 

In Six fantasies 
Dealing in futures, a play in three acts. 

N.Y. French. cl913. 12°. 87p. 
Doorway; a play in one act. London. 

Williams. [19— ?i 12°. lop. 
Exiled princess. Fantasy. 1 act 

In Six fantasies 
Followers. Comedy. 1 act 
In Webber, J. P. and Webster, H. H. 
eds. One-act plays for secondary 
schools 
Fossie for short; a comedy in one act. 

N.Y. French. cl927. 12°. 35p. 
Ghost in the garden. Fantasy. 1 act 

In Six fantasies 
Ghost of Windsor Park. Fantasy. 1 act 
In Six fantasies 

One-act plays for stage and study, 
ser. 3 
Graft, a comedy in four acts. N.Y. 

French. cl913. 12°. 91p. 
Hobson's choice. Lancashire comedy. 
4 acts 
In Marriott, J. W. ed. Great modern 
British plays 
Tucker, S. M. ed. Modern Ameri- 
can and British plays 
How the weather is made. Fantasy. 
1 act 
In Marriott, J. W. ed. One-act plays 
of to-day. ser. 3 
Little liberty; a comedy in one act. N.Y. 

French. cl927. 12°. 20p. 
Maid of France. Joan of Arc. 1 act 
In Cohen, H. L. ed. One-act plays 
by modern authors. 1934 edition 
Schaufifler, R. H. and Sanford, A. 
P. eds. Plays for our American 
holidays, v. 1 
Night of "Mr. H"; a Charles Lamb 
pastiche. N.Y. French. cl927. 12°. 
22p. 



AUTHOR INDEX 



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Oak settle. Comedy. 1 act 

In Modern short plays, ser. 3 
Oracles of Apollo. Fantasy. 1 act 

In Six fantasies 
Price of coal. Lancashire. 1 act 
In Hampden, J. ed. Nine modern 
plays 
Prince who was a piper. Comedy. 1 act 
In Marriott, J. W. ed. One-act plays 
of to-day. ser. 4 
Romany road. Fantasy. 1 act 
In Six fantasies 

Marriot, J. W. ed. Best one-act 
plays of 1932 
Safe amongst the pigs, a comedy in three 
acts. N. Y. French. cl930. 8°. 60p. 
Smoke-screens, a comedy in one act. 
N.Y. French. cl932. 12°. 25p. 
Satne in Marriott, J. W. ed. Best one- 
act plays of 1931 
Sort-of-a-prince, comedy in three acts. 

N.Y. French. cl929. 8°. 98p. 
Stoker; a play in one act. N.Y. French. 
1929. 12°. 20p. Mutiny 
Same in Marriott, J. W. ed One-act 
plays of to-day. ser. 5 
One-act plays for stage and 
study, ser. 5 
What's bred in the bone; a comedy in 
three acts. N.Y. French. cl928. 8°. 
64p. 
When did they meet again? a play in 
one act. N.Y. French. [cl927) 12°. 
25p. 
Wish shop. Fantasy. 1 act 
In Hampden, J. ed. Four new plays 
for women and girls 
New plays for women and girls 
Witch's daughter. 1 act 
In One-act plays for stage and study, 
ser. 4 
Brighouse, Harold and Walton, John 
(Olive Conway, pseud.) 
King's waistcoat, a play in one act. N.Y. 

French. 1926. 12°. 121-137p. 
Mimi. 1 act 
In Marriott, J. W. ed. One-act plays 
of to-day. ser. 3 
Starlight widow, a comedy in three acts. 

N.Y. French. cl929. 12°. 86p. 
Wireless can't lie. 1 act 
In Marriott, J. W. ed. Best one-act 
plays of 1932 
Women do things like that. Love. 1 act 
In Marriot, J. W. ed. Best one-act 
plays of 1931 
Britten, Kenneth Phillips and Hargrave, 
Roy 
Houseparty, a play in three acts. N.Y. 
French. 1930. 12°. 218p. 
Britten, Lionel, 1887- 

Brain; a play of the whole earth. N.Y. 
Putnam. [1930) 12°. 129p. 3 acts 
Spacetime inn. N.Y. Putnam. (1932) 12°. 
103p. 3 acts 
Bredy, Alter, 1895- 

House of mourning. Folk-play. 1 act 

In Lamentations 
Lowing in the night. Felk-play. 1 act 
In Lamentations 



Rapunzel. Folk-play. 1 act 
In Lamentations 

Isaacs, E. J. ed. Plays of American 

life and fantasy 
Theatre Arts M 9:257 
Recess for memorials. Folk-play. 1 act 
In Lamentations 
Brooks, Charles Stephen, 1878- 

I was talking across the fence this morn- 
ing. Comedy. 1 act 
In Tragedy of Josephine, and other 
one-act plays 
Land of nod, an operetta. 1 act 
In Moses, M. J. ed. Ring up the cur- 
tain ! 
Man from the dark. Comedy. 1 act 
In Tragedy of Josephine, and ether 
one-act plays 
Man who was afraid to die. Comedy. 
1 act 
In Tragedy of Josephine, and other 
one-act plays 
Old trouper. Comedy. 1 act 
In Tragedy of Josephine, and other 
one-act play 
Cohen, H. L. ed. One-act plays by 
modern authors. 1934 edition 
Pine hill. Comedy. 1 act 
In Tragedy of Josephine, and other one- 
act plays 
Please stir the fire, James. Comedy.. 
1 act 
In Tragedy of Josephine, and other 
one-act plays 
Romance after midnight. Comedy. 1 act 
In Tragedy of Josephine, and other 
one-act plays 
Tea with a wicked lady. Comedy. 1 act 
In Tragedy of Josephine, and other 
one-act plays 
Tragedy of Josephine. Comedy. 1 act 
In Tragedy of Josephine, and other 
one-act plays 
Brooks, George Sprague, 1895- 

Fortinbras in plain clothes, a sequel to 
Hamlet in modern dress. Comedy. 
1 act 
In One-act plays for stage and study, 
ser. 4 
Luca Sarto [a romantic play in four 
acts]. N.Y. Harcourt. (cl922-24i 8°. 
186p. 
No cause for complaint. Law. 1 act 
In Clark, B. H. and Nicholson, K. eds. 
American scene 
Brooks, George S. and Lister, Walter B. 
Spread eagle; a drama and a fiction for 
patriots; with a foreword by John 
Anderson. N.Y. Scribner. 1927. 12°. 
149p. 
Broome, Dora M. 

Moon. Lancashire. 1 act 
In Marriott, J. W. ed. Best one-act 
plays of 1932 
Brosnan, Alma 
At number fifteen; a domestic drama in 
three acts. London. Sidgwick. i\927i 
12°. 86p. 



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INDEX TO PLAYS 



Brown, Abbie Farwell, 1857-1927 
Lantern. Revolution. 2 acts 
In Lantern, and other plays for chil- 
dren 
Little shadows. Christmas. 1 act 

In Lantern, and other plays for chil- 
dren 
"Quits," a comedy in one act. Boston. 

Baker. (cl896i 12°. 21p. 
Rhoecus. Masque. 1 act 

In Lantern, and other plays for chil- 
dren 
Wishing moon. Fantasy. 1 act 

In Lantern, and other plays for chil- 
dren 
Brown, C. S. 

Modern magi. Religious. 1 act 
In Eastman, F. ed. Modern religious 
dramas 
Brown, Curtis, 1866- 

Mrs. Hazenby's health, a play in one act. 
N.Y. French. cl912. 8°. 15p. 
Broun, Heywood Campbell, 1888- 
Death says it isn't so. Satire. 1 act 
In Shay, F. ed. Fifty more contem- 
porary one-act plays 
Brown, Laurence Oliver (Laurence Oliver, 
pseud.) 
Blind; a play in three acts. N.Y. Har- 
per. 1928. 12°. 130p. Symbolic 
Browne, Maurice, joint author. See Nich- 
ols, Robert and Browne, Maurice 
Browneil, John Charles 

Gentle rogue, a comedy in three acts. 

N.Y. French. cl933. 12°. 103p. 
Nut farm, a comedy in three acts. N.Y. 
French. cl930. 12°. 108p. 
Bruce, Richard 

Sahdji, an African ballet. Negro. 1 act. 
In Locke, A. LeR. and Gregory, M. 
eds. Plays of Negro life 
Bruckner, Ferdinand 

Races, tr. from the German ... by Ruth 
Langner. N.Y'. Knopf. 1934. 12°. 
139p. Jews in Germany. 3 acts 
Brunton, F. Carmichael 
Blind man's bluf?. 1 act 
In Eight one-act plays 
Brush, Dorothy Hamilton 

One-Eye, Two-Eye and Three-Eye, a 
puppet play for children in three 
acts. N.Y. French. [cl929i 12°. 26p. 
Poor little turkey girl, a play of Pueblo 
Indian folk-lore. N.Y. French. [cl928) 
12°. 59p. 
Buchner, Georg, 1813-1837 

Danton's death. Historical. 3 acts 

In Plays of Georg Buchner 
Leonce and Lena. Comedy. 3 acts 
In Plays of Georg Bijchner 
New Europe 13:246 
Wozzeck, a fragment. 27 scenes 
In Plays of Georg Biichner 
Buckley, Donald 

NiQ;ht in June; a plav in three acts. Lon- 
don. Benn. 1929. 12°. 75p. 
Bufano, Remo 

Orlando Furioso. Marionette. 1 act 
In Shay, F. ed. Fifty more contempo- 
rary one-act plays 



Burbank, Barbara, pseud. See Batchelder, 

Clara Burbank 
Burgess, Katharine Stanbery 

God winks; a comedy in one act. Sum- 
mit, N.J. Swartout. 12°. 31p. 
Same in Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, 
A. P. eds. Plays for our 
American holidays. v. 3. 
Twelve one-act plays 
Burke, Edwin 

This thing called love, a comedy in three 

acts. N.Y. French. cl929. 12°. 104p. 

Copyrighted in 1928 under title Bed 

and bored 

Burke, Edwin, joint author. See Arnold, 

J. and Burke, E. 
Burke, Inez 

Two races. Negro pageant. 1 act 
In Richardson, N. ed. Plays and pag- 
eants from the life of the Negro 
Burnet, Dana, 1888- 

Angel food; a comedy in three acts. 

Philadelphia. Penn. 1927. 12°. lOlp. 

Boundary line, a drama in three acts. 

N.Y. Longmans. 1931. 12°. 118p. 
Rain, a play in one act. Boston. Baker. 
(cl926i 12°. 35p. Suicide 
Burnet, Dana and Abbott, George 

Four walls; a play in three acts. . . 
Rewritten and revised 1927 (under 
title The prisoner). French. N.Y. 
1928. 12°. 109p. 
Burnett, Mrs. Frances (Hodgson) 1849- 
1924 
Racketty-packetty house; a play in pro- 
logue and three acts. N.Y. French. 
cl927. 12°. 65p. 
Burrill, Bertha Y. 

Rich man, poor man; a farce in one act. 
N.Y. French. cl927. 12°. 35p. 
Burrows, Edith Male, 1887- 

Garden Cinderella. May day. 2 acts 
In Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, A. P. 
eds. Plays for our American 
holidays, v. 2 
Burt, Olive F. Woolley 
Midsummer night 
In Dickon goes to the fair, and other 
plays 
Butler, Rachel Barton 

Prudence in particular; a comedy in three 

acts. N.Y. French. cl928. 12°. 94p. 
West of Omaha; a farce in one act. Bos- 
ton. Baker. cl909. 12°. 30p. 
Byron-Webber, Ronald 

100 — not out. Comedy. 1 act 
In Eight one-act plays 
Cabell, James Branch, 1879- 

Jewel merchants. Comedv. 1 act 
In Golden Bk 12:88 S '30 
Czddwell, Erskine. See Kirkland, John. 

Tobacco road 
Callaway, Emilie H. 

Miss Oliver's dollars, a farce in one act. 

Boston. Baker. [cl908i 18p. 
Return of Deborah; a farce in two acts. 

N.Y. French. cl907. 12°. 23p. 
Widow's wiles: a comedy in three acts. 
N.Y. Dick. cl908. 12°. 34p. 



AUTHOR INDEX 



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Cameron, Margaret (Mrs. H. C. Lewis) 
1867- 
Christmas chime, a play in one act. N.Y. 

French. cl910. 22p. 
Kleptomaniac, a comedy in one act. N.Y. 

French. 1903. 12°. 27p. 
Loyal renegade, a comedy in one act. 
Oakland, Cal. Enquirer pub. co. 1900. 
8°. 7p. 
One of those days, a play in one act. 
N.Y. French. [cl931] 12°. 48p. 
Same in New plays for women and 
girls 
Campbell, Lawton 

Girl who slipped. Comedy. 1 act 

In Drama 17:203 
Shakespeare smiles; a comedy in one act. 

N.Y. Appleton. 1924. 12°. I7p. 
Solid South, a play in three acts. N.Y. 
French. [cl931) 12°. 102p. 
Campion, Cyril, 1894- 
Absent-minded lady 

In Campion, C. et al. Stage door; ten 
sketches for revue 
Editorial error 
In Campion, C. et al. Stage door; ten 
sketches for revue 
Level crossing 

In Campion, C. et al. Stage door; ten 
sketches for revue 
Oh! Mathilda! 
In Campion, C. et al. Stage door; ten 
sketches for revue 
Reformation 
In Campion, C. et al. Stage door; ten 
sketches for revue 
Campion, Cyril and Dignon, Edward 
Ask Beccles; a crook play in three acts. 
N.Y. French. 1927. 12°. 75p. 
Canfield, Dorothy. See Fisher, Dorothea 

Frances Canfield 
Canfield, Mary Cass 

Duchess says her prayers. Historical. 
1 act 
In Shaj^ F. ed. Fifty more contem- 
porary one-act plays 

Cannelin, Maurice 

Stardust children; a sketch in one act 
In Players M 8:Ja.-F. '21 

Cantillon, Arthur 

Pierrot before the seven doors; a play 
in one act. London. Cowans. 1930. 
12°. 38p. 
In Phillips, Le R. and Johnson, T. eds. 
Types of modern dramatic com- 
position 

Capek, Josef, 1887- and Capek, Karel M, 

1890- 
Adam the creator, a comedy in six scenes 
and an epilogue, tr. by Dora Round. 
N.Y. R.R. Smith. 1930. 12°. 187p. 
Same in Moses, M. J. ed. Dramas of 
modernism and their fore- 
runners 
And so ad infinitum. See Capek, K. and 
J. World we live in 



World we live in (And so ad infinitum; 
an insect comedy); a play in three 
acts with prologue and epilogue. N.Y. 
French. cl922. 12°. 102p. 
Same in Chandler, F. W. and Cordell, 
R. A. eds. Twentieth cen- 
tury plays 
Capek, Karel M. 1890- 
R. U. R. [Rossum's universal robots]. 
Fantastic melodrama. 4 acts 
In Dickinson, T. H. ed. Chief con- 
temporary dramatists, ser. 3 
McDermott, J. F. ed. Modern 

plays 
Tucker, S. M. ed. Modern con- 
tinental plays 
Tucker, S. M. ed. Twenty-five 

modern plays 
Watson, E. B. and Pressey, B. eds. 
Contemporary drama. European 
plays 
Solstice 
In Poet Lore 35:475 
Carb, Davids 1885- 

Samson a la mode. Comedy. 1 act 
In Nicholson, Kenyon, ed. Appleton 
book of short plays, ser. 2 
Carb, David, joint author. See Delano, 

Edith Bernard and Carb, David 
Carpenter, Edward Childs, 1872- 

Bachelor father; a comedy in three acts. 

N.Y. French. [1932] 12°. 144p. 
Dumb as a fox; a comedy in four acts. 
N.Y. French. cl928. 12°. 117p. (Copy- 
right 1916 under title "Jack in the 
box.") 
Leopard lady; a play in three acts. N.Y. 

French. cl928. 12°. 105p. 
Pipes of Pan; or The call of spring. N.Y. 

French. cl926. 12°. llOp. 
Romeo — and Jane; a comedy in four acts. 

N.Y. French. cl927. 12°. 94p. 
Tongues of men, a comedy in three acts. 

N.Y. French. cl913. 12°. 102p. 
When your ship comes in; a play in four 
acts. N.Y. French. cl927. 12°. 106p. 
Carrington, Elaine Sterne 

Five minutes from the station. Comedy. 
1 act 
In Hughes, G. ed. Short plays for 
modern players 
Good provider; a comedy in one act. 
N.Y. Appleton. 1928. 12°. 19p. 
Carroll, Philip Henry 

Jane McCrae; a tragedy in five acts. 
Albany, N.Y. Fort Orange press. 
1921. 124p. 
Carter, Margaret 
Pedro the toreador 
In Burne, J. ed. Eight new plays for 
boys and girls 
Carton, R. C. pseud. See Critchett, Richard 

Claude 
Carver, Ada Jack 

Cajun; a drama in one act. N.Y. French. 
cl926. 12°. 22p. 
Same in Clark, B. H. and Nicholson, K. 
eds. American scene 



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INDEX TO PLAYS 



Cavanah, Frances 

Glorious wish 
In Johnson, T. ed. Plays about George 
Washington 
Chandler, William 

Thirteen eighty one. An English tragedy. 
[London. Stylus press. 1927] 8°. 80p. 
Tyler's insurrection 1381 
Chantel, Lucien 
Who killed me? (Qui m'a tue?) Psycho- 
logical. 1 act 
In Vernon, V. and F. eds. Modern 
one-act plays from the French 
Chapin, Harold, 1886-1915 
Augustus in search of a father. Comedy. 
1 act 
In Webber, J. P. and Webster, H. H. 
eds. Typical plays for secondary 
schools 
Autocrat of the coffee-stall. 1 act 
In Isaacs, E. J. ed. Plays of American 
life and fantasy 
Dropping the baby; a fable in one act. 

London. Gowans. 1927. 16°. 36p. 
Dumb and the blind. Comedy. 1 act 
In Marriott, J. W. ed. One-act plays 
of to-day. ser. 3 
New morality. Comedy. 3 acts 
In Marriott, J. W. ed. Great modern 
British plays 
Philosopher of Butterbiggins. Comedy. 
1 act 
In Hampden, J. ed. Nine modern plays 
Golden Bk 9:87 Ja '29 
Chekhov, Anton Pavlovich, 1860-1904 
Anniversary. Comedy. 1 act 

In Plays of Anton Tchekhov (Modern 
lib. ed.) 
Boor. Comedy. 1 act 

In Goldstone, G. A. ed. One-act plays 
Cherry orchard. Comedy. 4 acts 
In Plays of Anton Tchekov (Modern 
lib. ed.) 
Moses, M. J. ed. Dramas of mod- 
ernism and their forerunners 
Steeves, H. R. ed. Plays from the 

modern theatre 
Tucker, S. M. ed. Modern conti- 
nental plays 
Tucker, S. M. ed. Twenty-five mod- 
ern plays 
Watson, E. B. and Pressey, B. eds. 
Contemporary drama: European 
plays 
Whitman, C. H. ed. Seven contem- 
porary plays 
On the high road. (On the highway) 
Character. 1 act 
In Plays of Anton Tchekhov (Modern 
lib. ed.) 
Proposal. Comedy. 1 act 
In Cohen, H. L. ed. One-act plays by 
modern authors. 1928 edition 
Sea-gull. Character. 4 acts 
In Plays of Anton Tchekhov (Modern 
lib. ed.) 
That worthless fellow Platinov. Trans- 
lated from the Russian by John 
Cournos. N.Y. Dutton. 1930. 12°. 
279p. Russian life. 4 acts 



Three sisters. Russian life. 4 acts 
In Plays of Anton Tchekhov (Modern 
lib. ed.) 
Le Gallienne, E. ed. Eva Le- 
Gallienne's Civic repertory plays 
Tobacco evil. 1 act 

In Theatre Arts M 7:77 Ja '34 
Uncle Vanya. Russian life. 4 acts 
In Plays of Anton Tchekhov (Modern 
lib. ed.) 
Wedding. Comedy. 1 act 

In Plays of Anton Tchekhov (Modern 
lib. ed.) 
Chen-Chin Hsuing 

Thrice promised bride. Folk-tale. 1 act. 

In Goldstone, G. A. ed. One-act plays 

Webber, J. P. and Webster, H. H. 

eds. Typical plays for secondary 

schools 

Chesterton, Ada E. (Jones) (Mrs. Cecil 

Chesterton) and Neale, Ralph 

Love game, a comedy in three acts. 

London. Benn. 1929. 12°. 108p. 
Man who was Thursday; adapted from 
the novel of G. K. Chesterton. Lon- 
don. Benn. 1926. 12°. lOOp. 
Chesterton, Gilbert Keith, 1874- 
Judgment of Dr. Johnson; a comedy in 
three acts. London. Sheed. [1927] 
12°. 91p. 
Chetham-Strode, Warren 

Sometimes even now; a play in three 
acts. London. GoUancz. 1933. 12°. 
96p. 
Same in Famous plays of 1933 
Chlumberg, Hans, d. 1930 

Miracle at Verdun; tr. from the German 
by Julian Leigh. N.Y. Brentano's. 
1931. 12°. 161p. 8 scenes 
Same in Chandler, F. W. and Cordell, 
R. A. eds. Twentieth cen- 
tury plays 
Famous plays of 1932-33 
Church, Virginia 

What men live by. Religious. [Drama- 
tization of Tolstoi's novel]. 1 act 
In Church, V. W. ed. Curtain! 

Eastman, F. ed. Modern religious 
dramas 
Churchill, Winston, 1871- 

Crisis; a play in four acts ... a drama- 
tization of the novel of the same 
name. N.Y. French. cl927. 12°. 96p. 
Clark, J. Audrey 

Quarry. Comedy. 1 act 

In (jlark, B. H. and Nicholson, K. eds. 
American scene 

Clarke, Austin, 1896- 

Flame; a play in one act. London. Al- 
len. [1930] 12°. 38p. 

Son of learning, a poetic comedy in 
three acts. London. Allen & Unwin. 
[1927] 12°. 68p. 

Clarke, Benaiah Franklin 

Bless his little heart; a farcical comedy 
in three acts. N.Y. French. 1927. 
12°. 71p. 



AUTHOR INDEX 



15 



Claudel, Paul, 1868- 

Book of Christopher Columbus; a lyri- 
cal drama in two parts, decorations 
by Jean Chariot. New Haven. Yale 
press. 1930. 4°. 57p. 
Satin slipper; or, The worst is not the 
surest, tr. by Rev. Fr. John O'Con- 
nor with the collaboration of the 
author. London. Sheed. 1931. 8°. 
310p. Divine purpose. 4 pts. 
Tidings brought to Mary. Mystery. 4 
acts 
In Tucker, S. M. ed. Modern conti- 
nental plays 
Clemens, LeRoy, joint author. See Hymer, 

John B. and Clemens, LeRoy 
Clements, Colin Campbell, 1894- 
Across the border. Character. 1 act 
In Clark, B. H. and Nicholson, K. eds. 
American scene 
Shay, F. ed. Fifty more contempo- 
rary one-act plays 
Boy through the window; a comedy in 
three acts. N.Y. French. 1928. 12°. 
86p. 
Curtain! A comedy in one act. N.Y. 

French. 1925. 12°. 24p. 
Just women. A comedy in one act. N.Y. 

French. 1919. 12°. 26p. 
Mister Punch. 1 act 
In Sanford, A. P. ed. Plays for gradu- 
ation days 
Pirates. A comedy in one act. N.Y. 

French. 1922. 12°. 26p. 
Siege. 1 act 
In Sanford, A. P. ed. One-act plays 
for women 
Spring! Comedy. 1 scene 
In Johnson, T. ed. More plays in 
miniature 
Touchstone. A play in one act for boys. 

N.Y. French. 1923. 12°. 16p. 
Two plum puddings; a pantomime for 
holidays and any day. Chicago. Old 
Tower press. [cl924) 12°. 15p. 
Same in Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, 
A. P. eds. Plays for our 
American holidays, v. 1 
Clements, Colin, 1894- and Saunders, J. M. 
1897- 
Love in a French kitchen. Mediaeval 
farce. 1 act 
In One-act plays for stage and study. 
ser. 4 

Clough, Grace Evelyn, 1876- 
Santa Claus on trial. 1 act 
In Curtis, A. ed. Christmas plays for 
one and all 
Coates, Dorothy 

In our stars. Character. 1 act 
In Bourne, J. ed. 8 new one-act plays 
of 1933 
Lonely of heart. 1 act 
In Bourne, J. ed. 8 new one-act plays 
for 1934 
Cobb, Mrs. G. H. 

Just advertise. 1 scene 
In Johnson, T. ed. More plays in 
miniature 



Cocteau, Jean, 1891- 

Orphee; a tragedy in one act and an in- 
terval, tr. by C. Wildman. N.Y. Ox- 
ford univ. press. 1933. 54p. 
Coffin, Gertrude Wilson 
Magnolia man; a mountain comedy. 1 
act 
In Koch, F. H. ed. Carolina folk com- 
edies 
Shotgun splicin', a mountain comedy. 1 
act 
In Koch, F. H. ed. Carolina folk- 
plays, ser. 3 
Cohan, George Michael, 1878- 

Baby cyclone; a new farce in three acts. 

N.Y. French. cl929. 12°. 125p. 
Pigeons and people * 

In Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 1932- 
33 (abridged) 
Prince there was; a comedy in three 
acts, from Darragh Aldrich's story, 
"Enchanted hearts." N.Y. French. 
cl927. 12°. lOOp. 
Seven keys to Baldpate. Farce 
In Mantle, B. and Sherman, G. P. eds. 
Best plays of 1909-19 
Tavern, a play in two acts. N.Y. French. 
cl918. 12°. lOOp. Comedy 
Cohen, Bella and Spewack, Samuel, 1899- 
Poppa; a comedy in three acts. N.Y. 
French. cl929. 12°. 107p. 
Cohen, Lester 

Oscar Wilde; a play. N.Y. Boni & Live- 
right. 1928. 12°. 179p. Historical. 3 
acts 

Cohen, Octavus Roy, 1891- 
Come seven; a Negro farce-comedy in 
three acts. N.Y. Longmans. 1927. 
12°. 108p. 
Melancholy dame. Comedy. 1 act 
In Nicholson, Kejiyon, ed. Appleton 
book of short plays, ser. 2 

Cohn, A. A. 

Semper fidelis. Triangle. 1 act 
In Nicholson, K. ed. Hollywood plays 

Colby, Gretchen 

First Easter bunny. Easter. 1 act 
In Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, A. P. 
eds. Plays for our American holi- 
days. V. 1 

Coleby, Wilfred T. 

Truants, a comedy in three acts. N.Y. 
French. cl913. 12°. 99p. 

Collins, Sewell, 1876- 

Anne, one hundred per cent; a story in 
four acts — founded on a short story 
by Edward Franklin [pseud.] entitled 
"Rescuing Anne" in Munsey's Maga- 
zine. N.Y. French. cl927. 12°. 113p. 
Comedy 

Collins, Sewell, joint author. See Davis, 
Owen and Collins, Sewell 

Collison, Wilson, 1893- 

Farewell to women, a comedy about sex. 
N.Y. McBride. 1932. 12°. 258p. 



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INDEX TO PLAYS 



Colton, Arthur, 1899- and Randolph, Clem- 
ence 

Rain. South Seas. 3 acts [Founded on 
W. S. Maugham's story "Miss 
Thompson."] 
In Tucker, S. M. ed. Modern Ameri- 
can and British plays 
Colum, Padraic, 1881- 

Balloon, a comedy in four acts. N.Y. 

Macmillan. 1929. 12°. 123p. 
Betrayal. Melodrama. 1 act 
In Marriott, J. W. ed. One-act plays 
of to-day. ser. 4 
Land. Ireland. 3 acts 
In Canfield, C. ed. Plays of the Irish 
renaissance 
Comfort, Florence C. 

Golden Cornstalk goes home. 1 act 
In Jagendorf, M. A. ed. Nine short 
plays 
Commons, Mrs. J. R. 
Merman's pipe. 1 act 
In Dickon goes to the fair, and other 
plays 
Conkle, Ellsworth Prouty, 1899- 
'Lection. Mid-west. 1 act 

In Crick Bottom plays 
Minnie Field. Character. 1 act 
In Crick Bottom plays 

Baker, G. P. ed. Yale one-act plays 
Clark, B. H. and Nicholson, K. eds. 
American scene 
Sparkin'. Folk-play. 1 act 
In Crick Bottom plays 

Clark, B. H. and Cook, T. R. eds. 
One-act plays 
Things is that-a-way. Suicide. 1 act 
In Crick Bottom plays 

One-act plays for stage and study, 
ser. 4 
Warter-wucks. Mid-west. 1 act 
In Crick Bottom plays 
Connelly, Marc [us Cook] 1890- 

Green pastures. N.Y. Farrar. 1930. 12°. 
173p. (based on Roark Bradford's 
"Or man an' his chillun") Negro re- 
ligion. 3 acts 
Satne in Six plays 

Chandler, F. W. and Cordell, 
R. A. eds. Twentieth cen- 
tury plays 
Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 
1929-30 (abridged) 
Wisdom tooth; a fantastic comedy in 
three acts. N.Y. French. 12°. 95p. 
Connelly, Marc, joint author. See Kaufman, 

George and Connelly, Marc 
Conners, Barry 

Clean-up; a comedy in three acts. N.Y. 

French. cl928. 12°. 102p. 
Fool's gold; a comedy in three acts. 

N.Y. French. cl928. 12°. 109p. 
Mad honeymoon; a comedy in three acts. 

N.Y. French. 1928. 12°. 102p. 
"The Patsy"; a comedy in three acts. 
N.Y. French. cl927. 12°. 112p. 
Conrad, Joseph, 1857-1924 
One day more. 1 act 
In Smart Set anthology 



Constanduros, Mabel 

Devoted Elsie, a comedy. N.Y. French. 

cl927. 12°. 16p. 1 act 
Strutham amateurs present .... A sketch. 

N.Y. French. cl927. 12°. 22p. 
Tragedy in upper Wallop (an incident 
in village Hfe) a sketch. N.Y. French. 
cl927. 12°. 17p. 
Conway, Olive, pseud. See Brighouse, 

Harold and Walton, John 
Cook, C. R. 

Golden rule in courtship. Religious. 1 
act 
In Eastman, F. ed. Modern religious 
dramas 
Cook, J. Douglas 

Man of temperament. Edgar Allan Poe. 

1 act 

In Lewis, B. R. ed. University of 
Utah plays 
Cooke, B. d. 1923 

Translation of John Snaith. Cowardice. 

2 acts 

In Massey, V. ed. Canadian plays 
from Hart House theatre, v. 1 
Cooke, Constance C. 
Friends in need 
In Johnson, T. ed. Plays about George 
Washington 
Cooke, James Francis 

Scenes from the life of Richard Wagner. 

3 acts 

In Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, A. P. 
eds. Plays for our American 
holidays, v. 4 
Cooksey, Curtis 

Mountain laurel. Comedy. 1 act 
In Shay, F. ed. Fifty more contem- 
porary one-act plays 
Copeau, Jacques, 1879- and Croue, Jean 
Brothers Karamazov; a play in five acts 
based on Dostoevsky's novel. Gar- 
den City, N.Y. Doubleday. 12°. 162p. 
Coppee, Frangois, 1842-1908 

Lord's prayer. Commune. 1 act 
In Webber, J. P. and Webster, H. H. 
eds. One-act plays for secondary 
schools 
Corbett, Elizabeth F. 1887- 

Hanger back; a play in one act 
In Poet Lore 41:91 
Cormack, Bartlett 

Racket. N.Y. French. 1928. 12°. 134p. 
Underworld. 3 acts 
Corneau, Perry Boyer 
Clock. 1 act 
In Sanford, A. P. ed. One-act plays 
for women 
Last voyage of Odysseus. 1 act 

In Sanford, A. P. ed. Plays for gradu- 
ation days 
Retired. 1 act 
In Sanford, A. P. ed One-act plays 
for women 
Cornelius, Orrelle Fidlar 
Tie that binds. 1 act 
In Clark, B. H. and Nicholson, K. eds. 
American scene 
Corradini, Enrico, 1868- 

Julius Caesar, a play in five acts. Lon- 
don. Benn. 1929. 12°. 232p. 



AUTHOR INDEX 



17 



Corrie, Joe 

Hoose o' the hill. 1 act 
In Marriott, J. W. ed. Best one-act 
plays of 1931 
Coulus, Remain, 1866- 

Love and learning. (Les jeux de I'amour) 
Comedy. 1 act 
/n Vernon, V. and F. eds. Modern 
one-act plays from the French 
Cournos, John, 1881- 

O'Flahertv the great; a tragi-comedy. 
N.Y. Knopf. 1927. 12°. 335p. 
Courteline, Georges, pseud. (Moinaux, 
Georges) 1860- 
Peace at home. (Le paix chez soi) Do- 
mestic. 1 act 
In Vernon, V. and F. eds. Modern 
one-act plays from the French 
Cowan, John B. 1882- 

Canuck. Vancouver, B.C. Rose, Cowan 
and Latta. 1931. 12°. 149p. 
Cowan, Sada 

Ball and chain; a play in one act. N.Y. 

French. 1930. 12°. 36p. 
In the morgue; a play in one act. N.Y. 
French. 1930. 12°. 13p. 
Same in Forum 55:399 
Sintram of Skagerrak; a play in one act. 
N.Y. French. 1930. 12°. 14p. 
Coward, Noel Pierce, 1899- 

Bittersvveet; a musical play in three acts. 
N.Y. French. 1933. 12°. 67p. 
Same in Bittersweet, and other plays 
Play parade 
Cat's cradle. 1 scene 

In Collected sketches and lyrics 
Cavalcade. Garden City, N.Y. Double- 
dav. 1933. 12°. 138p. Pageant of 
life 
Same in Play parade 
Conversation piece; a romantic comedy. 
Garden City, N.Y. Doubleday. 1934. 
120p. 12° 
Customs house, Dover. 1 act 

In Collected sketches and lyrics 
Design for living; a comedy in three 
acts. Garden City, N.Y. Doubleday. 
1933. 12°. 139p. 
Same in Play parade 

Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 
1932-33 (abridged) 
Easy virtue. Social. 3 acts 

Iti Bittersweet, and other plays 
Hay fever. Comedy. 3 acts 

In Bittersweet, and other plays 
Play parade 
Home chat. Social. 3 acts 
In Home chat. Sirocco, etc. 
Plays. ser. 1 
Mild oats. 1 act 

In Collected sketches and lyrics 
Point Valaine, a play in three acts. 

Garden City, N.Y. 1935. 12°. 117p. 
Post-mortem; a play in eight scenes. 
Garden City, N.Y. Doubleday. 1931. 
12°. 112p. World war 
Same in Play parade 



Private lives, an intimate comedy in 
three acts. Garden City, N.Y. 
Doubleday. 1931. 12°. 88p. 3 acts 
Same in Play parade 

Chandler, F. W. and Cordell, 
R. A. eds. Twentieth cen- 
tury plays 
Queen was in the parlour. Melodrama. 
3 acts 
In Plays, ser. 1 
Sirocco. Social. 3 acts 
In Home chat. Sirocco, etc. 
Plays, ser 1 
"This was a man"; a comedy in three 
acts. Garden City, N.Y. 1933. 244p. 
Same in Home chat. Sirocco, etc. 
Vortex. Problem. 3 acts 
In Play parade 

Tucker, S. M. ed. Twenty-five 
modern plays 
Weatherwise. Comedy. 2 scenes 
In Collected sketches and lyrics 
Young idea. Comedy. 3 acts 
In Marriott, J. W. ed. Great modern 
British plays 
Coward, Noel Pierce, 1899- and others 
Third little show. [A musical comedy 
. . .] N.Y. Harms. 1931. 4°. 7 pts. in 
1 v. 
Cowen, Laurence, 1865- 

Biddy; an Irish stew in three helpings. 
N.Y. French. 1926. 12°. 86p. 
Cowles, Albert 
Killer 
In Phillips, Le R. and Johnson, T. eds. 
Types of modern dramatic com- 
position 
Cox, Philip 

Rani of Jhansi; a historical play in four 
acts. London. G. Allen. il933] 119p. 
Cox, William Norman 

Scuffletown outlaws, a tragedy of the 
Lowrie gang. 1 act 
In Koch, F. H. ed. Carolina folk- 
plays, ser. 3 
Craven, Frank, 1875- 

19th hole; a comedy in three acts. N.Y. 

French. 1928. 12°. 104p. 
Spite corner; a comedy in three acts. 

N.Y. French. cl923. 8°. 79p. 
"That's gratitude!" a comedy in prologue 
and three acts. N.Y. French. 1931. 
12°. 191p. 
Too many cooks; a comedy in three acts. 
N.Y. French. cl927. 12°. 128p. 
Creagh-Henry, May 

Crib; a Christmas play in one act. N.Y. 

French. cl929. 12°. 17p. 
Gold, a play in two parts. N.Y. French. 

cl925. 12°. 23p. 
Way of attainment, a play in a prologue 
and one act. N.Y. French. cl927. 
12°. 23p. 
Crimmins, Agnes, joint author. See Mc- 

Fadden, E. A. and Crimmins, Agnes 
Critchett, Richard Claude, 1853-1928 

Mr. Hopkinson, an original farce, by 
R. C. Carton [pseud.] . . . N.Y. 
French. cl908. 12°. 119p. 



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INDEX TO PLAYS 



Crocker, Bosworth 

Josephine. 1 act 
In One-act plays for stage and study, 
ser. 6 
Last straw. Suicide. 1 act 
In Clark, B. H. and Nicholson, K. eds. 
American scene 
Croisset, Francis de 
On with the new. (Ne dites pas Fon- 
taine) Comedy. 1 act 
In Vernon, V. and F. eds. Modern 
one-act plays from the French 
Cronyn, George W. 1888- 
Lady and the law. Outwitting justice. 
1 act 
In Shay, F. ed. Fifty more contem- 
porary one-act plays 
Crothers, Rachel, 1878- 

As husbands go; a comedy. N.Y. French. 
1931. 12°. 158p. 3 acts 
Same in Chandler, F. W. and Cordell, 
R. A. eds. Twentieth century 
plays 

Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 
1930-31 (abridged) 
Caught wet; a comedy in three acts. 

N.Y. French. 1932. 12°. 92p. 
Expressing Willie. Comedy. 3 acts 
In Cordell, R. A. ed. Representative 
modern plays 
He and she; a play in three acts. Bos- 
ton. Baker. 1933. 12°. 126p. Problem 
Let us be gay, a comedy. N.Y. French. 
1929. 12°. 172p. 3 acts 
In Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 1928- 
29 (abridged) 
Mary the third. Psychological. 3 acts 
In Tucker, S. M. ed. Modern plays 
Tucker, S. M. ed. Twenty-five mod- 
ern plays 
Peggy. Character. 1 act 
In Phillips, Le R. and Johnson, T. eds. 
Types of modern dramatic com- 
position 
When ladies meet. N.Y. French. 1932. 
12°. 147p. Triangle. 3 acts 
Same in Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 
1932-33 (abridged) 
Cuddy, Mrs. Lucy A., McCauley, Mary 
Weaver, and Beatty, Willard W. 
Columbus; a play of perseverance for 
school use. . . . N.Y. Rand. cl927. 
12°. lllp. 
Thanksgiving in Plymouth; a play in 
three acts. . . . N.Y. Rand. cl925. 
12°. 167p. 
Culbertson, Ernest Howard 

Across the Jordan; a comedy in one act. 

N.Y. French. cl929. 12°. 22p. 
Color in court; a play of Negro life, in 
one act. N.Y. French. cl933. 12°. 
37p. 
End of the trail 
In Clark, B. H. and Nicholson, K. eds. 
American scene 
Isaacs, E. J. ed. Plays of American 
life and fantasy 
Rackey. Negro. 1 act 
In Locke,^ A. Le R. and Gregory, M. 
eds. Plays of Negro life 



Cummings, Edweird Estlin 

Him. N.Y. Boni. 1927. 12°. 145p. Ether 
dream. 3 acts 
Cummins, S. Lyle 

Sleeping beauty. May day. 1 act 

In Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, A. P. 
eds. Plays for our American holi- 
days. V. 2 
Cuney-Hare, Maud 

Antar of Araby. Negro. 4 acts 
In Richardson, W. ed. Flays and 
pageants from the life of the 
Negro 
Curel, Frangois, Vicomte de, 1854- 

Fossils. [Les fossiles] Hereditary claims. 
4 acts 
In Watson, E. B. and Pressey, B. eds. 
Contemporary drama: European 
plays, v.l 
Curtis, Agnes 

Back numbers at Christmas. Comedy. 
1 act 
In Christmas comedies 
Bringing up the Christmas baby. 1 act 
In Curtis, A. ed. Christmas plays for 
one and all 
Christmas candle. Comedy. 1 act 

In Christmas comedies 
Christmas comes but once a year. 1 act 
In Curtis, A. ed. Christmas plays for 
one and all 
Christmas "gimme." Comedy. 1 act 

In Christmas comedies 
Christmas greetings. Comedy. 1 act 

In Christmas comedies 
Christmas poet. Comedy. 1 act 

In Christmas comedies 
Christmas secret. 1 act 
In Curtis, A. ed. Christmas plays for 
one and all 
Facing facts at Christmas. Comedy. 1 
act 
In Christmas comedies 
Is there a Santa Claus? 1 act 
In Curtis, A. ed. Christmas plays for 
one and all 
Life of the Christmas party. Comedy. 
1 act 
In Christmas comedies 
My son Josiah. Christmas. 1 act 
In Curtis, A. ed. Christmas plays for 
one and all 
Santa Claus messenger. 1 act 
In Curtis, A. ed. Christmas plays for 
one and all 
That troublesome Christmas present. 
Comedy. 1 act 
In Christmas comedies 
To the rescue on Christmas eve. Com- 
edy. 1 act 
In Christmas comedies 
What the Shining Star club did at 
Christmas. Comedy. 1 act 
Iti Christmas comedies 
Cushing, Catherine Chisholm 

Jerry; a comedy in three acts. N.Y. 

French. 1930. 12°. 90p. 
Widow by proxy, a farce-comedy in 
three acts. N.Y. French. cl930. 12°. 
115p. 



AUTHOR INDEX 



19 



Gushing, Charles Cyprian Strong, 1879- 
Barely proper; an unplayable play. N.Y. 

Farrar. 1931. 12°. 93p. 
Devil in the cheese; a fantastic comedy. 
N.Y. French. 1927. 12°. 180p. 3 acts 
Out o' luck; a play in three acts, found- 
ed on sketches of the Saint iVIihiel 
drive. N.Y. French. 1932. 12°. llSp. 
Saint Martin's summer; a play in one 
act. Hartford, Conn. Haylofters. 
1927. 12°. 27p. 
Daixel, Samuel 
After midnight. 1 act 
In White, B. F. trans. Nine one-act 
plays from the Yiddish 
Dane, Clemence, pseud. See Ashton, Wini- 
fred 
Dane, Essex 

His only way 1 scene 
In Johnson, T. ed. More plays in min- 
iature 
Red sunset; a drama of the days of the 
French revolution (in rhymed verse). 
Boston. Baker. tcl930) 12°. 20p. 
Tuberoses; a drama for four women. 

Boston. Baker. [1933i 12°. 37p. 
When the whirlwind blows. Labor. 
1 act 
In Modern short plays, ser. 3 
Wooden leg. Duologue. 1 scene 
In Johnson, E. ed. More plays in 
miniature 
Workers at the loom. 1 act 
In Ten fantasies for stage and study 
Darmady, J. 

Annual jumble sale. 1 act 

In Marriott, J. W. ed. Best one-act 
plays of 1931 
Mousetrap. Shakespeare. 1 act 
In Marriott, J. W. ed. One-act plays 
of to-day. ser. 5 
Davidson, Marion L. 

Whipped cream. Comedy. 1 act 
In Johnson, T. ed. Diminutive come- 
dies 
Davies, D. T. 

Barber and the cow. N.Y. Brentano's. 
1927. 12°. lOSp. Comedy. 3 acts 
Davies, Mary Carolyn 
Cobweb kings. 1 act 
In One-act plays for stage and study, 
ser. 4 

Slave with two faces. Allegory. 1 act 
In Pence, R. W. ed. Dramas by 
present-day writers 
Tables and chairs. Fantasy. 1 act 
In One-act plays for stage and study, 
ser. 5 

Daviot, Gordon, pseud. (Elizabeth Mack- 
intosh> 
Laughing woman, a play. London Gol- 
lancz. 1934. 12°. 103p. 
Same in Famous plays of 1933-34 
Richard of Bordeaux; a play in two acts 
Boston. Little. 1933. 12°. 153p. His- 
torical 
Same in Famous plays of 1933 



Davis, Dorrance 

Busybody; a domestic farcical comedy in 
three acts; an adaptation of the 
original professional production. N.Y. 
Longmans. 1929. 12°. 119p. 
Shelf; a comedy more or less polite, in 
three acts. N.Y. French. cl928. 12°. 
127p. 
Davis, Owen, 1874- 

Cupid at Vassar; a college comedy drama 
in four acts. N.Y. French. cl907. 
12°. 70p. 
Forever after. . . . N.Y. French. cl928. 

12°. 73p. 
Old sweetheart of mine; a play in four 
acts. N.Y. French. cl911. 12°. 75p. 
Davis, Owen, 1874- and Collins, Sewell, 
1876- 
"9:45," a mystery play, or a comedy- 
melodrama. . . . N.Y. French. cl927. 
8°. 96p. 
Davison, John 

Shadows of strife, a play in three acts, 
with a foreword by Sir Barry Jack- 
son. London. Dent. [1930] 12°. 86p. 
Day, Holman Francis, 1865- 

Along came Ruth; a comedy in three 
acts. N.Y. French. cl930. 12°. 98p. 
Deane, Hamilton and Balderston, John L. 
Dracula; the vampire play in three acts; 
from Bram Stoker's . . . novel, Drac- 
ula. N.Y. French. 1933. 109p. 
Deans, Harris, 1886- 

Aren't women wonderful! A comedy in 
three acts. N.Y. French. 1929. 12°. 
98p. 
Dearden, Harold, 1882- 
Fall. 1 act 

In Three short plays 
Flaming sword; a play in three acts. 
London. Heinemann. 1929. 12°. 82p. 
Poet laureate. 1 act 

In Three short plays 
Three women. 1 act 

In Three short plays 
Two white arms; a comedy-farce in three 
acts. London. Heinemann. tl928i 12°. 
209p. 
Dearmer, Geoffrey, 1893- 

Man with a cane. London. Yearbook 

press. 1929. 16p. Comedy. 1 act 
St. Paul; an historical play in three acts. 
London. Heinemann. 1929. 12°. 76p. 
De Casalis, Jeanne, joint author. See 
Sherriff, Robert C. and De Casalis, 
Jeanne 
De Jagers, Dorothy, joint author. See 
Heyward, Dorothy Hartzell and De 
Jagers, Dorothy 
De Kay, John Wesley, 1874- 

Maid of Bethany, a tragedy in three 
acts. Munich. K. Wolff. [1929i 12°. 
155p. [Another version was published 
by the author in 1910 under title: 
Judas] 
Delafield, E. M. pseud. See De la Pasture, 
Edmee Elizabeth Monica 



20 



INDEX TO PLAYS 



Delano, Edith Bernard and Carb, David, 

1885- 
Grandma pulls the string 
In Phillips, Le R. and Johnson, T. eds. 
Types of modern dramatic com- 
position 
De la Pasture, Edmee Elizabeth Monica 
(E. M. Delafield, pseud.) 1890- 
Glass wall; a play in three acts. London. 

Gollancz. 1933. 12°. 84p. 
To see ourselves; a domestic comedy in 
three acts. N.Y. French. 1932. 8°. 
5l9p. 
Same in Famous plays of 1931 

Flays of a half-decade 
De la Roche, Mazo, 1885- 

Come true. Old people's home. 1 act 

In Low life and other plays 
Low life; a comedy in one act. Toronto. 
Macmillan. 1925. 12°. 37p. 
Same in Low life and other plays 
Return of the immigrant. Ireland. 1 act 
In Low life and other plays 
Delf, Harry 

Too much family, a play in three acts. 
N.Y. French. cl928. 12°. 81p. Orig- 
inally produced under title "Atlas 
and Eva"; copyright under title "Six 
feet under") 
Dell, Floyd, 1887- and Mitchell, Thomas 
Little accident. Comedy. 3 acts 
In Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 1928- 
29 (abridged) 
Denison, Merrill, 1893- 

Prize winner; a comedy in one act. N.Y. 

Appleton. 1928. 12°. 35p. 
Weather breeder. Comedy. 1 act 
In Shay, F. ed. Fifty more contempo- 
rary one-act plays 
Denny, Ernest, 1869- 

Happy thought, a comedy in three acts. 

N.Y. French. cl930. 12°. 117p. 
Lazy-bones; a comedy in three acts. N.Y. 
French. cl929. 12°. 124p. 
Deseo, Mrs. Lydia May (Glover) 1898- 
Never the twain; a play in one act 
In Poet Lore 41:272 
De Sola, Alis, joint author. See Nicholson, 

Kenyon and De Sola, Alis 
Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870 

Christmas carol (dramatized by Frank 
Shay) 
In Shay, F. ed. Appleton book of 
Christmas plays 
Lamplighter, Farce. 1 act 
In Golden Bk 3:69 
Dickens, Charles Stafford 

Command performance, a play in three 
acts. N.Y. French. cl930. 12°. 94p. 
Dickey, Paul and Page, Mann 

Red trail; a comedy in three acts. N.Y. 
French. cl929. 12°. 105p. 
Dickson, Lee and Hickson, Leslie M. 
Whose money? Farce. 1 act 

In Shay, F. ed. Fifty more contem- 
porary one-act plays 
Dignon, Edward, joint author. See Cam- 
pion, Cyril and Dignon, Edward 



Divine, Charles, 1889- 

Post mortems. Comedy. 1 act 

In Nicholson, Kenyon, ed. Appleton 
book of short plays, ser. 2 
Dix, Beulah Marie, 1876- 

Allison's lad. Execution. 1 act 

In Hampden, J. ed. Nine modern 
plays 
Girl comes home; a comedy in one act. 

N.Y. French. 1927. 12°. 22p. 
Hundredth trick, a romantic tragedy. 
1 act 
In Tucker, S. M. ed. Twelve one-act 
plays for study and production 
Legend of Saint Nicholas. Juvenile. 1 
act 
In Legend of Saint Nicholas and other 
plays 
Princess Dayshine. Romantic. 7 scenes 
In Legend of Saint Nicholas and other 
plays 
Weal of Wayland's well. May-day. 4 
acts 
In Legend of Saint Nicholas and other 
plays 
Dobson, Austin, 1840-1921 
Au revoir. Dialogue. 1 act 

In Johnson, T. ed. More plays in 
miniature 
Secrets of the heart. Dialogue. 1 act 
In Johnson, T. ed. More plays in 
miniature 
Dodge, Henry Irving, 1861-, Marston, 
Laurence and Paulton, Edward 
Skinner's dress suit; a comedy in three 
acts. N.Y. French. cl928. 12°. 106p. 
Donahoe, Joseph Aloysius, 1875- 

Girl who would not; or, A colonial elope- 
ment; a comedy in four acts. N.Y. 
French. cl928. 12°. 98p. 
Donahue, V. and Holmes, L. T. 

Elves and the shoemakers. Christmas 
In Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, A. P. 
eds. Plays for our American holi- 
days, v. 1 [Christmas] 
Dondo, Mathurin Marius, 1884- 

Every dog has his day. Marionette. 1 
act 
In McPharlin, P. ed. Repertory of 
marionette plays 
Miracle of Saint Martin. 1 act 
In One-act plays for stage and study, 
ser. 4 
Donnay, Maurice Charles, 1859- 
Lovers. Comedy. 3 acts 
In Steeves, H. R. ed. Plays from the 
modern theatre 
Lysistrata; a comedy in four acts; tr. 
from the French by William A. 
Drake. N.Y. Knopf. 1929. 12°. 140p. 
Doran, Marie 

Gay co-eds; a comedy in three acts. N.Y. 

French. cl933. 12°. 85p. 
Little flower; a religious drama in three 
acts. N.Y. London. cl928. 12°. SSp. 
Quo vadis; a play in five acts and seven 
scenes, adapted from the novel of 
Henryk Sienkiewicz. N.Y. French. 
cl928. 12°. 102p. Nero 



AUTHOR INDEX 



21 



Dortch, Helen 

Companion-mate Maggie. Negro com- 
edy. 1 act 
In Koch, F. H. ed. Carolina folk 
comedies 
Dos Passes, John 
Airways, inc. N.Y. Macaulay. 1928. 12°. 
148p. 3 acts 
Same in Three plays 
Fortune heights 
In Three plays 
Garbage man; a parade with shouting. 
N.Y. Harper. 1926. 12°. 160p. 2 pts. 
Same in Three plays 
Douglas, Eileen 
Green broom 
In Bourne, J. ed. Eight new plays for 
boys and girls 
Douglass, Vincent 

Jeffersons, a comedy in three acts. N.Y. 

French. cl926. 12°. 94p. 
Perfect wife, a dramatic comedy in three 
acts. N.Y. French. 1928. 12°. lOSp. 
Downey, June E. 

Arrow. Fantasy. 1 act 
In Poet Lore 38:297 
Downey, T. H. 

Paste pearls. Comedy. 1 act 
In Johnson, T. ed. Diminutive com- 
edies 
Downs, Oliphant 

In Cohen, H. L. ed. One-act plays by 
modern authors. 1934 edition 
Dowson, Ernest, 1867-1900 

Pierrot of the minute. Fantasy. 1 act 
In Cohen, H. L. ed. Qne-act plays by 
modern authors. 1934 edition 
Doyle, Sir Arthur Conan, 1859-1930 
Exile. Christmas. 1 act 
In Shay, F. ed. Appleton book of 
Christmas plays 
Dransfield, Jane, 1875- 

Blood o' kings. Hudson Valley. 1 act 
In Clark, B. H. and Nicholson, K. eds. 
American scene 
Dreiser, Theodore, 1871- 
Blue sphere. 1 act 

In Smart Set anthology 
Girl in the coiifin. Tragedy. 1 act 
In Clark, B. H. and Nicholson, K. eds. 
American scene 
Drinkwater, John, 1882- 

Bird in hand; a play in three acts. Bos- 
ton. Houghton. 1929. 12°. 88p. Com- 
edy 
Same in Theatre M 50:24 
Cophetua. Romantic. 1 act 
In Pence, R. W. ed. Dramas by pres- 
ent-day writers 
God of quiet. War. 1 act 

In Goldstone, G. A. ed. One-act plays 
Laying the devil; a play in three acts. 

London. Sidgwick. 1933. 12°. 80p. 
Midsummer eve [a play for broadcast- 
ing]. London. Sidgwick. 1932. 12°. 
80p. 
Robin Hood and the pedlar. Masque. 
1 act 
In Modern short plays, ser. 1 



X=0: a night of the Trojan war. 1 act 
In Hampden, J. ed. Ten modern plays 
Webber, J. P. and Webster, H. H. 
eds. One-act plays for secondary 
schools 
Drummond, A. M. 
Traffic signals. 1 act 
In One-act plays for stage and study. 
ser. 6 
Drury, William Price 

King's hard bargain. 1 act 
In Marriott, J. W. ed. One-act plays 
of to-day. ser. 3 
du Bois, Theodora 
Aladdin. 7 scenes 
In Moses, M. J. ed. Ring up the cur- 
tain! 
Duffey, Vincent, joint author. See Ankrum, 

Morris and Duffey, Vincent 
Dukes, Ashley, 1885- 

Dumb wife of Cheapside; a comedy in 
a prologue and two acts. N.Y. 
French. cl929. 12°. 42p. 
Same in Five plays of other times 
Fountain head; a play in three acts. Lon- 
don. Gollancz. 1928. 12°. 118p. 
In Five plays of other times 
Jew Siiss, a drama in five acts based 
upon Power, the historical romance 
of Lion Feuchtwanger. N.Y. Viking. 
1930. 12°. 178p. 
Man with a load of mischief. Comedy. 
3 acts 
In Five plays of other times 

Marriott, J. W. ed. Great modern 

British plays 
Plays of to-day. ser. 3 
Matchmaker's arms, a comedy in three 
acts. London. Benn. 1931. 12°. 80p. 
Same in Five plays of other times 
Patriot; a play in three acts, by Alfred 
Neumann. Adapted by Ashley 
Dukes. N.Y. Boni. [1928i 
Song of drums. See Dukes, A. Ulen- 

spiegel 
Such men are dangerous. (Adapted from 
"The patriot" by Alfred Neumann). 
Russian revolution. 8 scenes 
In Famous plays of to-day 
Tyl Ulenspiegel, or The Song of drums. 
An heroic comedy in a prologue and 
three acts 
See Dukes, A. Ulenspiegel 
Ulenspiegel; a legend in seven scenes. 
(Tyl Ulenspiegel) N.Y. French. 1933. 
57p._ 
Same in Five plays of other times 
Theatre Arts M 10:240 
Duls, Louisa, joint author. See Bland, 

Margaret and Duls, Louisa 
Dunbar, Olivia Howard 
Blockade 
In Isaacs, E. J. ed. Plays of American 
life and fantasy 
Duncan, Thelma Myrtle, 1902- 
Death dance. Negro. 1 act 
In Locke, A. Le R. and Gregory, M. 
eds. Plays of Negro life 



22 



INDEX TO PLAYS 



Duncan, Thelma Myrtle — Continued 
Sacrifice. Negro. 1 act 
In Richardson, W. ed. Plays and 
pageants from the life of the 

Negro 

Dunning, Philip 

Night hostess; a dramatic comedy. N.Y. 
French. 1928. 12°. 164p. 

Dunning, Philip and Abbott, George 

Broadway; a play in three acts. N.Y. 
Doran. 1927. 12°. 236p. Melodrama 
Same in Mantle, B. Best plays of 1926- 
27 (abridged) 

Dunsany, Lord Edward John Moreton 
Drax Plunkett, 18th baron, 1878- 
Atalanta in Wimbledon. Comedy. 1 act 

In Seven modern comedies 
Evil kettle. James Watt. 1 act 
In Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, A. P. 
eds. Plays for our American holi- 
days. V. 4 
Flight of the queen. Fantasy. 4 scenes 
In Marriott, J. W. ed. One-act plays 
of to-day. ser. 4 
Glittering gate. After death. 1 act 
In Watson, E. B. and Pressey, B. eds. 
Contemporary drama. English 
and Irish plays, v. 1 
Gods of the mountain. Fantasy. 1 act 

In Modern short plays, ser. 2 
Golden doom. Symbolic. 1 act 

In Marriott, J. W. ed. One-act plays 
of to-day. ser. 3 
His painted grandmother. Comedy. 1 
act 
In Seven modern comedies 
Hopeless passion of Mr. Bunyon. Com- 
edy. 1 act 
In Seven modern comedies 
In holy Russia. Comedy. 1 act 

In Seven modern comedies 
Jest of Hahalaba. Comedy. 1 act 

In Seven modern comedies 
Journey of the soul. Comedy. 1 act 

In Seven modern comedies 
Lord Adrian; a play in three acts. 
Walthan Saint Laurence in Berk- 
shire. Golden Cockerel press. 1933. 
8°. 73p. 

Lost silk hat. Comedy. 1 act 
In Church, V. W. ed Curtain! 

Goldstone, G. A. ed. One-act plays 
Night at an inn. Superstition. 1 act 
In Cohen, H. L. ed. One-act plays by 
modern authors. 1934 edition 
Pence, R. W. ed. Dramas by 

present-day writers 
Tucker, S. M. ed. Twelve one-act 
plays for study and production 
Old folk of the centuries. London. 

Mathews. [1930] 12°. 66p. 
Raffle. Comedy. 1 act 

In Seven modern comedies 
Tents of the Arabs. Fantasy. 2 acts 
In Modern short plays, ser. 1 



Duranty, Louis Emile 

Cataclysterium's medicine. Marionette. 
1 act 
In McPharlin, P. ed. Repertory of 
marionette plays 
Duvernois, Henri, 1875- 

Bronze lady and the crystal gentleman. 
Comedy. 1 act 
In Vernon, V. and F. eds. Modern 
one-act plays from the French 
Harmony, a comedy in one act; author- 
ized translation by Babette and Glenn 
Hughes. Boston. Baker. [cl933i 12°. 
68p. 
Dyar, Ralph E. 

Horseshoe luck. Comedy. 3 acts 
In Prize plays of 1928 
Earnest, J. 

Marriage of Isolt. Comedy. 1 act 
In Johnson, T. ed. Diminutive come- 
dies 
Eastman, Fred, 1886- 

America on trial; a pageant play in one 
act. N.Y. French. [1932i 12°. 26p. 
Same in Plays of American life 
America's unfinished battles. Religious. 
1 act 
In Eastman, F. ed. Modern religious 
dramas 
Bread. Religious. 1 act 
In Plays of American life 

Clark, B. H. and Nicholson, K. eds. 

American scene 
Eastman, F. ed. Modern religious 
dramas 
Courtship. Comedy. 1 act 

In Plays of American life 
Doctor decides. 1 act 

In Plays of American life 
Great choice, an incident of the next war. 
1 act 
In Plays of American life 
Our lean years. 1 act 

In Plays of American life 
Ragged edge. Comedy. 1 act 

In Plays of American life 
Tinker; a play in three acts. N.Y. Cen- 
tury. [cl930] 12°. 97p. 
Same in Plays of American life 
Eaton, Walter Prichard, 1878- 

Grandma — old style; a comedy in one 
act. N.Y. French. 1933. 18p. 
Edgar, Mary S. 

Conspiracy of spring. Arbor day. 1 act 
In Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, A. P. 
eds. Plays for our American holi- 
days. V. 2 
Edmonds, Randolph 
Devils price. 4 acts 

In Shades and shadows 
Everyman's land. Death. 1 act 

In Shades and shadows 
Hewers of wood. 1 act 

In Shades and shadows 
Phantom treasure. 2 scenes 

In Shades and shadows 
Shades and shadows. Tragedy. 1 act 

In Shades and shadows 

Tribal chief. Tibet. 1 act 

In Shades and shadows 



AUTHOR INDEX 



23 



Egerton, Lady Alix 

Masque of the three strangers. Symbolic. 
1 act 
In Cohen, H. L. ed. One-act plays by 
modern authors. 1934 edition 
Ehlert, Mrs. Fay 

Undercurrent; a one-act play . . . preface 
by John Pollock. N.Y. French. 1929. 
8°. 97p. 
Ehrlich, Mrs. Ida Lublenski, 1886- 

Cured; a comedy in one act. N.Y. French. 
cl928. 13p. 
Same in One act plays for stage and 
study, ser. 4 
Helena's boys. N.Y. French. cl927. 12°. 

95p. 
'Twas ever thus. Farce. 1 act 
In Nicholson, Kenyon, ed. Appleton 
book of short plays, ser. 2 
Winners all. 1 act 

In Shay, F. ed. Fifty contemporary 
one-act plays 
Eldridge, Florence M. 

Growth of a nation. Melting pot. 1 act 
In SchaufHer, R. H. and Sanford, A. P. 
eds. Plays for our American 
holidays, v. 3 
Elias, Mrs. Edith L. 

Goose and gooseberry; a play in three 
acts for children. London. Harrap. 
tl933) 95p. 
Eliot, Thomas Steams 

Rock. N.Y. Harcourt. 1934. 12°. 86p. 
Pageant 
Ellis, Edith 

White collars; a comedy in three acts,... 
based on a novelette of Edgar Frank- 
lin [pseud.] . . . N.Y. French. cl926. 
12°. 134p. Copyrighted 1923 under 
title "Regular people." 
Ellis, Walter W. 1874- 

Almost a honeymoon, a farce in three 

acts. N.Y. French. cl931. 8°. 85p. 
Hawley's of the High street; an eccen- 
tric comedy in three acts. N.Y. 
French. cl923. 12°. 107p. 
Little bit of fluff; a farce in three acts. 

N.Y. French. cl922. 12°. lOlp. 
S. O. S.; a play in three acts. N.Y. 
French. 1929. 8°. 92p. 
Else, R. 

It pays to be a Poggle. Comedy 
In Snook, L. O. ed. Comedies seven 
Emerson, Jerry 
Screen. 1 act 

In Sanford, A. P. ed. One-act plays 
for women 

Emery, Gilbert, pseud. (Emery Bemsley 
Pottle) 

Delilah. Tragedy. 1 act 
In Nicholson, Kenyon, ed. Appleton 
book of short plays, ser. 2 
Hero. Tragi-comedy. 3 acts 
In Tucker, S. M. ed. Modern Ameri- 
can and British plays 
Thank you, doctor 

In Twelve one-act plays 



Ernst, Alice Henson 

Spring sluicing. Yukon. 1 act 
In Isaacs, E. J. ed. Plays of American 
life and fantasy 
Erskine, John, 1879- 

Helen retires; an opera in three acts. 
N.Y. Bobbs. 1934. 12°. 107p. 
Erskine, Laurie York, 1894- 
Three cans of beans. 1 act 
In Hughes, G. ed. Short plays for 
modern players 
Ervine, St. John Greer, 1883- 

First Mrs. Fraser; a comedy in three 
acts. London. Chatto. 1929. 12°. 88p. 
Same in Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 
1929-30 (abridged) 
John Ferguson. Tragedy. 4 acts 
In Chandler, F. W. and Cordell, R. A. 
eds. Twentieth century plays 
Mantle, B. and Sherman, G. P. eds. 

Best plays of 1909-1919 
Tucker, S. M. ed. Modern Ameri- 
can and British plays 
Tucker, S. M. ed. Twenty-five 
modern plays 
Magnanimous lover. Comedy. 1 act 

In Four one-act plays 
Ole George comes to tea. Comedy. 1 
act 
In Four one-act plays 
Progress. London. Allen. [1931] 12°. 26p. 
Comedy. 1 act 
Same in Four one-act plays 
She was no lady. London. Allen. [1931] 
12°. 25p. Comedy. 1 act 
Same in Four one-act plays 
Evreinov, Nicolai Nicolaievich (Yevre- 
inov, Nikolai) 
Theatre of the soul. Monodrama. 1 act 
In Dickinson, T. H. ed. Chief contem- 
porary dramatists, ser. 3 
Eyre, Laurence, 1881- 

Merry wives of Gotham; or, Two and 
sixpence; a comedy in three acts. 
N.Y. French. cl930. 12°. lOlp. 
Mis' Nelly of N'Orleans, a comedy of 
moonshine, madness and make- 
believe. N.Y. French. cl930. 12°. 
105p. 
Things that count, a comedy in three 
acts. N.Y. French. cl930. 12°. 103p. 
Two and sixpence. See Eyre, Laurence, 
Merry wives of Gotham; or. Two and 
sixpence 
Fagan, James Bernard, 1873- 
And so to bed; a comedy in three acts. 
N.Y. Holt. 1927. 12°. 145p. Samuel 
Pepys 
Improper duchess; a modern comedy in 
three acts. London. Gollancz. 1931. 
12°. 112p. 
In Famous plays of 1931 
Plays of a half-decade 
Prayer of the sword; a play in five acts. 
London. Johnson. 1904. 12°. 116p. 
Fairbanks, S. von K. 
Other voice. 1 scene 
In Johnson, T. ed. More plays in 
miniature 



24 



INDEX TO PLAYS 



Farjeon, Herbert 

Friends. 1 act 
In Marriott, J. W. ed. One-act plays 
of to-day. ser. 3 
Happy New Year. Revue. 1 act 
In Happy New Year — and Your kind 
indulgence 
Farrar, John Chipman, 1896- 

Birthdays come in February. Juvenile 
In Indoor and outdoor plays for chil- 
dren 
God Pan forgotten. Juvenile 
In Indoor and outdoor plays for chil- 
dren 
Grandmother dozes. Juvenile 

In Indoor and outdoor plays for chil- 
dren 
Here are the sailors! Comedy. Sea. 1 
act 
In One-act plays for stage and study, 
ser. 7 
House gnomes: a play for a Christmas 
tree 
In Indoor and outdoor plays for chil- 
dren 
Moses, M. J. ed. Ring up the cur- 
tain! 
Kingdom of rose queens. Juvenile 
In Indoor and outdoor plays for chil- 
dren 
Magic sea shell. Juvenile. 1 act 

In Indoor and outdoor plays for chil- 
dren 
Nerves; a play in one act. N.Y. French. 

1922. 12°. 27p. World war 
Sand castle. Juvenile 
In Indoor and outdoor plays for chil- 
dren 
Swing high. Juvenile 

In Indoor and outdoor plays for chil- 
dren 

Wedding rehearsal. Mystery farce. 1 
act 
In One-act plays for stage and study, 
ser. 5 
Worship the Nativity. Juvenile. 1 act 
In Indoor and outdoor plays for chil- 
dren 

Fauchois, Rene 

Late Christopher Bean (adapted by 
Emlyn Williams). Comedy. 3 acts 
[See also Howard, S. C] 
In Famous plays of 1933 
Fenzi, Francesco, 1672- 

Jewels of Isabella. Columbus. 2 scenes 
In Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, A. P. 
eds. Plays for our American 
holidays, v. 4 
Ferber, Edna, 1887- 

Eldest. American life. 1 act 
In Clark, B. H. and Nicholson, K. eds. 
American scene 
Nicholson, Kenyon, ed. Appleton 
book of short plays, ser. 2 
Ferber, Edna, joint author. See Kaufman, 

George and Ferber, Edna 
Ferguson, John Alexander, 1873- 

Campbell of Kilmohr. Historical. 1 act 
In Hampden, J. ed. Eight modern 
plays 



Scarecrow. Fantasy. 1 act 
In Marriott, J. W. ed. One-act plays 
of to-day. ser. 5 
Ferguson, Rachel, 1893- 

Charlotte Bronte; a play in three acts. 
London. Benn. 1933. 88p. 
Fernald, Chester Bailey, 1869- 

Mask and the face; a satire in three acts 
(based on La maschera e il volto, by 
Luigi Chiarelli). N.Y. French. cl927. 
12°. 78p. 
To-morrow, a play; in three acts of 
drama and an epilogue of discovery. 
London. Benn. 1928. 12°. 103p. 
Ferris, Walter, 1882- 

Death takes a holiday, a comedy in three 
acts . . . based on a play of the same 
title by Albert Casella. N.Y. French. 
1930. 12°. 151p. 
Same in Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 
1929-30 (abridged) 
Feutchtwanger, Lion, 1884- 
Oil Islands. Comedy. 3 acts 
In Two Anglo-Saxon plays 
Warren Hastings. Historical. 3 acts 
In Two Anglo-Saxon plays 
Field, Rachel Lyman, 1894- 
At the junction. 1 act 

In Cross-stitch heart, and other plays 
Bad penny. 1 act 
In One-act plays for stage and study, 
ser. 6 
Bargains in Cathay. 1 act 
In Cross-stitch heart, and other plays. 
Clark, B. H. and Cook, T. R. eds. 
One-act plays 
Chimney sweeps' holiday. Juvenile 

In Patchwork plays 
Cross-stitch heart. 1 act 
In Cross-stitch heart, and other plays 

Greasy luck. 1 act 
In Cross-stitch heart, and other plays 
Clark, B. H. and Nicholson, K. eds. 
American scene 
"Little Square-toes." 1 act 

In Patchwork plays 
Londonderry air. 1 act 

In Cross-stitch heart, and other plays 
Magic pawnshop; a New Year's fantasy. 

N.Y. Button. [1927) 8°. 125p. 
Miss Ant, Miss Grasshopper, and Mr. 
Cricket. 1 act 
In Patchwork plays 
Nine days queen. 1 act 

In Cross-stitch heart, and other plays 
Patch-work quilt. Fantasy. 1 act 
In Marriott, J. W. ed. One-act plays 
of to-day. ser. 4 
Polly Patchwork. Garden City, N.Y. 
Doubleday. 1928. 12°. 56p. 1 act 
Same in Patchwork plays 
Sentimental scarecrow. 1 act 
In Patchwork plays 
Field, Salisbury, joint author. See Mayo, 

Margaret and Field, Salisbury 
Fielden, Anne D. 

Abraham Lincoln — a pageant 

In Sanford, A. P. ed. Lincoln plays 



AUTHOR INDEX 



25 



Finnegan, Edward 

Danny boy; a comedy in three acts. Bos- 
ton. Baker. 1926. 12°. 
Fool of a man; a comedy in one act. 
Boston. Baker. tcl926i 16° 
Same in Phillips, Le R. and Johnson, 
T. eds. Types of modern 
dramatic composition 
Singapore spider. 1 act 
In Johnson, T. ed. Miniature plays 
for stage or study 
Slippin'; a one-act play. Chicago. Deni- 
son. [cl927i 12°. ISp. 
Finsterwald, Maxine 

Seven against one, a play in one act. 

N.Y. French. cl930. 12°. 22p. 
Severed cord, a play in one act. N.Y. 
French. cl929. 12°. 22p. 
Firkins, Oscar V/. 1864-1932 
After twenty-hve years 

In Drama 15:99 
Answer. Psychological. 1 act 

In Two passengers for Chelsea, and 
other plays 
Bloom on the grape. Social. 1 act 
In Two passengers for Chelsea, and 
other plays 
Bride of quietness. Keats' Ode on a 
Grecian urn. 1 act 
In Bride of quietness, and other plays 
Columns. Sophocles and Euripides. 1 
act 
In Revealing moment, and other plays 
Divided lives 

In Northwest Musical Herald 6:4 
Emeralds. Comedy. 1 act 
In Two passengers for Chelsea, and 
other plays 
Empurpled moors. The Brontes. 1 act 
In Bride of quietness, and other plays 
Geoffrey's wife. Psychological. 1 act 
In Two passengers for Chelsea, and 
other plays 
In a suburb of Paris. Oscar Wilde's 
Salome. 1 act 
In Revealing moment, and other plays 
In the small hours. Psychological. 1 act 
In Two passengers for Chelsea, and 
other plays 
King's vigil. Samuel Pepys. 1 act 

In Bride of quietness, and other plays 
Last meeting. Character. 1 act 

In Two passengers for Chelsea, and 
other plays 
Looking-glass. Social. 1 act 

In Two passengers for Chelsea, and 
Drama 16:171 
Odd entanglement. Comedy. 1 act 
In Two passengers for Chelsea, and 
other plays 
Reference. Social. 1 act 

In Two passengers for Chelsea, and 
other plavs 
Drama 14:215 
Reticent convict. Character.. 1 act 

In Drama, v. 18. no. 5:141 
Revealing moment. Anton Chekhov. 1 
act 
In Revealing moment, and other plays 
Rim of the desert. Social. 1 act 
In Two passengers for Chelsea, and 
other plays 
Strange visitor. Cyrus Northrop. 1 act 
In Minnesota Daily. N. 16, 1929 



Tulip and camellia. The two Dumas. 1 
act 
In Revealing moment, and other plays 
Cornhill 68:233 
Turnpikes in Arcady. The Brownings. 1 
act 
In Bride of quietness, and other plays 
Two great men, and one small boy. Ibsen 
and Bjornson. 1 act 
In Revealing moment, and other plays 
Two passengers for Chelsea. Carlyle 
comedy. 1 act 
In Two passengers for Chelsea, and 
other plays 
Shay, F. ed. Fifty more one-act 

plays 
Cornhill 60:163 
Golden Bk 11:95 
Unbidden guest. Fantasy. 1 act 

In Two passengers for Chelsea, and 
other plays 
Poet Lore 35:276 
Undying prince. Hamlet. 1 act 
In Two passengers for Chelsea, and 
other plays 
Cornhill 64:231 (condensed) 
Unknown woman. Prosper Merimee. 1 
act 
In Revealing moment, and other plays 
Wave and the flame. Rene de Chateau- 
briand. 1 act 
In Revealing moment, and other plays 
Fisher, Mrs. Dorothea Frances Canfield, 
1879- 
Tourists accommodated. N.Y. Harcourt. 
1934. 12°. 90p. Summer life in Ver- 
mont 
Fitch, Clyde, i.e. William Clyde, 1865-1909 
Climbers. Social. 4 acts 
In Cordell, R. A. ed. Representative 
modern plays 
Nathan Hale (Act 3) Historical 

In Johnson, T. ed. Washington an- 
niversary plays 
Fitzhugh, Carroll 

Cough. Comedy. 1 act 

In Mon ami Pierrot, and other plays 
Margaret in Naxos. Triangle. 1 act 

In Mon ami Pierrot, and other plays 
May and December. Comedy. 1 act 

In Mon ami Pierrot, and other plays 
Mon ami Pierrot. Old and new genera- 
tion. 1 act 
In Mon ami Pierrot, and other plays 
Mountains of Bether. Comedy. 1 act 
In Mon ami Pierrot, and other plays 
Snake. Comedy. 1 act 

In Mon ami Pierrot, and other plays 

Fitzmaurice, George 

Dandy dolls. Comedy. 1 act 
In Canfield, C. ed. Plays of the Irish 
renaissance 
Green stone. Comedy. 1 act 
In Dublin M n. s. 1:33 
Flavin, Martin A. 1883- 

Amaco. . . . N.Y. French. 1933. 12°. 141p. 
Broken dishes; a comedy in three acts. 

N.Y, French. cl930, 12°. 125p. 
Criminal code. N.Y. Liveright. 1929. 12°. 
200p. Tragedy. Prologue and three 
acts 
In Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 1929- 
30 (abridged) 



26 



INDEX TO PLAYS 



Flavin, Martin A. — Continued 

Cross roads, a play in three acts. N.Y. 
French. cl930. 12°. 107p. (Copyrighted 
1929 under title of "Grist to the 
mill"] 
Service for two; a comedy in three acts. 
N.Y. French. cl927. 12°. 92p. 
Floumoy, Richard 

Enter the prodigal; a comedy in three 
acts. Boston. Baker. [cl933j 131p. 
Floyd, John 

Wooden kimono; a melodramatic mys- 
tery play in three acts. N.Y. French. 
cl933. 112p. 
Folmsbee, Benlah 
Gift of love 

In Guki the moon boy, and other plays 
Guki the moon boy 

In Guki the moon boy, and other plays 
Jacquenetta and the queen's gown 

In Guki the moon boy, and other plays 
King's cobbler 

In Guki the moon boy, and other plays 
Princess and the crystal pipe 

In Guki the moon boy, and other plays 
Fool, Tom, pseud. 

School, or Thou shalt not commit. 
Alarionette. 1 act 
In McPharlin, P. ed. Repertory of 
marionette plays 
Three men of Gotham. A motion for 
marionettes. Being an interlude by 
Tom Fool of Europe. Florence. 1919. 
12°. 6p. 
Ford, Harriet, 1868- 

Are men superior? a farce-comedy in 
one act. N.Y. French. 1933. 16p. 
Same in One-act plays for stage and 
study, ser. 7 
Divine afflatus, a comedy in one act. N.Y. 

French. cl931. 12°. 22p. 
Heroic treatment; a comedy in one act. 

N.Y. French. cl933. 12°. 28p. 
In-laws. Comedy. 1 act 

In One-act plays for stage and study, 
ser. 4 
Mr. Susan Peters, comedy in one act. 

N.Y. French. (cl928i 12°. 21p. 
Mysterious monev, a comedy in three 

acts. N.Y. French. cl929. 12°. Sip. 
What are parents for? A play in one 

act. N.Y. French. cl930. 12°. 21p. 

What imagination will do; comedy in one 

act. N.Y. French. [cl928i 12°. 19p. 

Ford, Harriet, 1868- and Tucker, Althea 

Sprague 

Happy hoboes; a comedy in one act. 

N.Y. French. cl928. 12°. 24p. 
Wanted — money; a comedy in one act. 
N.Y. French. cl928. 12°. 20p. 
Ford, Harriet, joint author. See O'Higgins, 

H. J. and Ford, Harriet 
Ford, Julia Ellsworth 

Snickerty Dick. Fairy. 2 scenes 

In Moses. M. J. ed. Ring up the cur- 
tain! 
Fowler, Laura Andrews 
Feather; a three-act ballet 

In Player's M 9:20 Mr.-Ap. 1933 



Francis, John Oswald, 1882- 

Beaten track; a Welsh play in four acts. 

London. French. [1927j 16°. llOp. 
Birds of a feather; a Welsh wayside 
comedy in one act. Newtown [Wales] 
The "Welsh Outlook" press. cl927i 
8°. 28p. 
Same in Marriott, J. W. ed. One-act 
plays of to-day. ser. 5 
Cross currents; a play of Welsh politics 
in three acts. Cardiff. Educ. pub. co. 
il922i 16°. 
Crowning of peace; a short pageant of 
the peace of nations. Cardiff. Educ. 
pub. CO. [1922] 16°. 
Dark little people. A comedy of the 
Welsh tribes. In three acts. Cardiff. 
Educ. pub. CO. 12°. 94p. 
John Jones; an episode in the history 
of Welsh letters. Newtown [Wales] 
"Welsh Outlook" press. [1927i 8°. 
28p. 
Little village, a Welsh farce in three 
acts. N.Y. French. cl930. 12°. 138p. 
Perfect husband; a Welsh farce in one 
act. Newtown [Wales] "Welsh Out- 
look" press. [1927] 8°. 23p. 
Poacher; comedy in one act 
In Marriott, J. W. ed. One-act plays 
of to-day. ser. 4 
Francke, Caroline 

Exceeding small; a play in three acts. 
N.Y. French. cl930. 12°. lOOp. 
Frank, Bruno, 1887- 

Twelve thousand; a play in three acts; 
tr. from the German by William A. 
Drake. N.Y. Knopf. 1928. 12°. 86p. 
Frank, Mrs. Florence Kiper 

Home for the friendly. Comedy. 1 act 
In Shay, F. ed. Fifty more contem- 
porary one-act plays 
Over the hills and far away. Juvenile. 
1 act 
In Three plays for a children's theatre 
Drama 2:80 
Return of Proserpine. Juvenile. 1 act 
In Three plays for a children's theatre 
Three spinners. Juvenile. 1 act 

In Three plays for a children's theatre 
Visitors, a play to be acted by children, 
in one act. Chicago. Dramatic pub. 
CO. [1916] 12°. 12p. 
Frank, Leonhard, 1882- 

Karl and Anna, a drama in three acts; 
tr. by Ruth Langner. N.Y. Bren- 
tano's. 1929. 12°. 108p. 
Frank, Maude Morrison, 1870- 

Mistake at the manor. Oliver Goldsmith. 
1 act 
In Webber, J. P. and Webster, H. H. 
eds. Typical plays for secondary 
schools 
Frank, Waldo David, 1889- 

New Year's eve, a plav. NY'. Scribner. 
1929. 12°. 156p. Social. 7 scenes 
Franken, Rose L. (Mrs S. W. A. Franken) 
Another language; a comedy drama in 
three acts. N.Y. French. 1932. 12°. 
163p. 
Same in Mantle, B. ed. Best plaj^s of 
1931-32 (abridged) 



AUTHOR INDEX 



27 



Franklin, Pearl 

Following father, a comedy in three acts. 

N.Y. French. 1931. 12°. llOp. 
Mountain wedding. . . N.Y. French. 
1926. 12°. 26p. 1 act 
Fredo, Alexander 

Ladies and hussars: comedy in three acts, 
tr. from the Polish by Florence 
Noves and George Rapall Noyes. 
N.Y. French. cl925. 12°. 87p. 
Frost, Robert, 1875- 

Way out; a one act play. N.Y. Harbor 
press. 1929. 8°. 19p. Crime 
Fuller, Ethel K. 

Dream canal boat; a fantasy in two 
scenes. N.Y. French. 1928. 12°. 20p. 
Fulton, Maud 

Miss Baxter. 1 act 
In Nicholson, K. ed. Hollywood plays 
Furniss, Grace Livingston 

Father walks out; a comedy in three acts. 

N.Y. French. cl928. 12°. 88p. 
Second floor, Spoopendyke. A farce in 
two acts. Boston. Baker. [1892] 12°. 
27p. 
Fussier, Irene 

Ever' snitch. Comedy. 1 act 
In Koch, F. H. ed. Carolina folk com- 
edies 
Fyleman, Rose, 1877- 

Cabbages and kings. Juvenile. 1 act 
In Eight little plays for children 

Phillips, Le R. and Johnson, T. eds. 
Types of modern dramatic com- 
position 
Darby and Joan. Juvenile. 1 act 

In Eight little plays for children 
Fairy and the doll. Juvenile. 1 act 

In Eight little plays for children 
Fairy riddle. Juvenile. 1 act 

In Eight little plays for children 
Father Christmas. Juvenile. 1 act 
In Eight little plays for children 
In Arcady. Juvenile. 1 act 

In Eight little plays for children 

Johnson, T. ed. Ten fantasies for 
stage and study 
Noughts and crosses. Juvenile. 1 act 

In Eight little plays for children 
Weather clerk. Juvenile. 1 act 
In Eight little plays for children 
Gale, Zona, 1874- 
Clouds. 1 act 

In New plays for women and girls 
Neighbors. Comedy. 1 act 
In Eastman, F. ed. Modern religious 
dramas 
Uncle Jimmy. 1 act 
In Hughes, G. ed. Short plays for 
modern players 
Phillips, Le R. and Johnson, T. eds. 
Types of modern dramatic com- 
position 
Galsworthy, John, 1867-1933 
Bit o' love. Social. 3 acts 
In Plays (Scribner. 1928) 
Defeat. World war. 1 act 
In Plays (Scribner. 1928) 
Eldest son. Domestic. 3 acts 
In Plays (Scribner. 1928) 



Escape. Ethical. Prologue and 9 epi- 
sodes 
In Plays (Scribner. 1928) 
Plays: seventh series 
Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 1927- 
28 (abridged) 
Exiled; an evolutionary comedy in three 
acts. London. Duckworth. 1929. 12°. 
118p. 
Same in Plays (Duckworth. 1929) 
Plays: seventh series 
Family man. Marriage. 3 acts 

In Plays (Scribner. 1928) 
First and the last. Tragedy. 3 scenes 

In Plays (Scribner. 1928) 
Forest. African. 3 acts 

In Plays (Scribner. 1928) 
Foundations. Sweatshop. 3 acts 

In Plays (Scribner. 1928) 
Fugitive. Social. 4 acts 

In Plays (Scribner. 1928) 
Hall-marked. Satire. 1 act 
In Plays (Scribner. 1928) 
Joy. Social. 3 acts 

/m Plays (Scribner. 1928) 
Justice. Tragedy. 4 acts 
In Plays (Scribner. 1928) 

Watson, E. B. and Pressey, B. eds. 
Contemporary drama. English 
and Irish plays, v. 1 
Little dream. Allegory. 6 scenes 

In Plays (Scribner. 1928) 

Little man. Satire. 3 scenes 

In Plays (Scribner. 1928) 

Cohen, H. L. ed. One-act plays by 

modern authors. 1934 edition 
Hampden, J. ed. Nine modern 
plays 
Loyalties. Race prejudice. 3 acts 
In Plays (Scribner. 1928) 

Pence, R. W. ed. Dramas by pres- 
ent-day writers 
Watson, E. B. and Pressey, B. eds. 
Contemporary drama. English 
and Irish plays 
Mob. Social. 4 acts 

In Plays (Scribner. 1928) 
Old English. Character. 3 acts 

In Plays (Scribner. 1928) 
Pigeon. Fantasy. 3 acts 

In Plays (Scribner. 1928) 
Punch and go. Comedy. 1 act 

In Plays (Scribner. 1928) 
Roof, a play in seven scenes. N.Y. Scrib- 
ner. 1931. 12°. 125p. 
Same in Plays (Duckworth. 1929) 
Plays: seventh series 
Show. Criminals. 3 acts 

In Plays (Scribner. 1928) 
Silver box. Comedy. 3 acts 

In Plays CScribner. 1928) 
Skin game. Tragi-comedy. 3 acts 

In Plays (Scribner. 1928) 
Strife. Strike. 3 acts 
In Plays (Scribner. 1928) 

Marriott, J. W. ed. Great modern 

British plays 
Whitman, C. H. ed. Seven con- 
temporary plays 



28 



INDEX TO PLAYS 



Galsworthy, John — Continued 

Sun. Tragi-comedy. 1 act 

In Plays (Scribner. 1928) 

Windows. Comedy. 3 acts 

In Plays (Scribner. 1928) 

Gandy, Ida 

Fairy fruit; a play for children. Boston. 

Baker. 1927. 12°. 38p. 
Lardy cake; a comedy for village play- 
ers. London. Deane. 1928. 12°. 12p. 
Snowdrop and the dwarfs; a fairy play. 

Boston. Baker. 1925. 12°. 5Sp. 
Stranger; a comedy in one act. London. 
Deane. 1929. 12°. 15p. 
Gantillon, Simon 

Maya; a play in a prologue, nine scenes 
and an epilogue, tr. from the French 
... by Ernest Gantillon. N.Y. Mc- 
Bride. 1928. 12°. 147p. 
Gamett, Edward, 1868- 
Breaking point 
In Trial of Jeanne d'Arc, and other 
plays 
Feud. Historical Icelandic 
In Trial of Jeanne d'Arc, and other 
plays 
Trial of Jeanne d'Arc; an historical play 
in five acts. London. Sidgwick. 1912. 
12°. 79p. 
Same in Trial of Jeanne d'Arc, and 
other plays 
Gaw, Allison, 1877- and Gaw, Ethelean 
Tyson 
Pharaoh's daughter; the winning biblical 
play of the 1927 contest. N.Y. Long- 
mans. 1928. 8°. 146p. 3 acts 
Same in Gaw, A. et al. Pharaoh's 
daughter, and other Biblical 
plays of the contest, 1927 
Geddes, Virgil, 1897- 

As the crow flies. Local color. 3 acts 

In Native ground; a cycle of plays 
Behind the night. Tragi-comedy. 3 acts 
In Earth between and Behind the night 
Drink is the body. Comedy 
In Four comedies from the life of 
George Emery Blum 
Earth between 
In Earth between, and Behind the 
night 
Frog; a play in five scenes. Paris. Titus. 

1926. 16°. 93p. 
I have seen myself. Comedy 
In Four comedies from the life of 
George Emery Blum 
In the tradition. Comedy 
In Four comedies from the life of 
George Emery Blum 
Native ground. Local color. 3 acts 
In Native ground; a cycle of plays 
Plowshare's gleam. Local color. 3 acts 

In Native ground; a cycle of plays 
Pocahontas and the elders, a folkpiece 
in four acts. Chapel Hill, N.C. Aber- 
nethy. 1933. 8°. 89p. 
Soul you may bury. Comedy 
In Four comedies from the life of 
George Emery Blum 



George, Charles 

Healthy, wealthy and wise ... a farce 
comedy in three acts. N.Y. French. 
cl933. 12°. 89p. 
Hope springs eternal, a comedy of ro- 
mance and moonlight in three acts. 
N.Y. French. cl931. 12°. 91p. 
Little Miss Fortune; a comedy of charm 
in three acts. N.Y. French. cl932. 
12°. 93p. 
Mama's baby boy; a riot of laughs in 
three acts. N.Y. French. cl933. 12°. 
87p. 
My China doll; a musical comedy in 
three acts. N.Y. French. cl926. 8°. 
77p. 
Pay as you enter; a light comedy in 
three acts. N.Y. Longmans. 1931. 
12°. 108p. 
Sentimental Sarah, a comedy of charm 
in three acts. N.Y. French. cl933. 
12°. 84p. 
Way down upon the Swanee river; a ro- 
mance of the southland in three acts. 
N.Y. French. 1930. 12°. llOp. 
George, Ernest 

Down our street. East end, London. 
3 acts 
In Six plays 
George, G. M. 

Charms; a fairy play in two acts. N.Y. 
French. 12°. 3Sp. 
Geraghty, Tom J. 

Pound of flesh. 1 act 

In Nicholson, K. ed. Hollywood plays 
Geraldy, Paul, 1885- 

Just boys (Les grands garQons). Father 
and son. 1 act 
In Vernon, V. and F. eds. Modern 
one-act plays from the French 
Gerstenberg, Alice 

At the club. Comedy. 1 act 

In Comedies all, short plays 

Facing facts. Comedy. 1 act 

In Comedies all, short plays 

Latch-keys. Comedy. 1 act 

In Comedies all, short plays 

Menu. Comedy. 1 act 

In Comedies all, short plays 
^lere man. Comedy. 1 act 

In Comedies all, short plays 
Opera matinee; a social satire in one 
act, for fourteen women. Summit, 
^ N.J. Swartout. 1925. 12°. 27p. 
Same in Comedies all, short plays 
Puppeteer. Comedy. 1 act 

In Comedies all, short plays 
Rhythm. Comedy. 1 act 

In Comedies all, short plays 
Sentience; a one-act comedv. N.Y. 

French. cl933. 12°. 25p. 
Setback. Comedy. 1 act 

In Comedies all, short plaj^s 
Trap. 1 act 

In Twelve one-act plays 
Unseen. Comedy. 1 act 

In Goldstone, G. A. ed. One-act plays 
Upstage. Comedy. 1 act 
In Comedies all, short plays 



AUTHOR INDEX 



29 



Water babies, a dramatization of Charles 
Kingsley's classic story. N.Y. Long- 
mans. 1930. 12°. 78p. 
Gerstenberg, Alice and Howard, Lorin 
Overtones, a play in three acts . . . 
(Based on an original one-act play by 
Alice Gerstenberg). N.Y. French. 
cl929. 12°. 78p. 
Geyer, Siegfried 

By candlelight; a little comedy in three 
acts. Adapted by Harry Graham 
from the German. N.Y. French. 
cl930. 8°. 76p. 
Gibbs, Arthur Hamilton, 1888- 

Meredew's right hand; a farce in one act. 
Boston. Baker. cl907. 12°. (235i-247p. 
In Phillips, LeR. and Johnson, T. eds. 
Types of modern dramatic com- 
position 
Gibney, Sheridan 

Merry madness, a farce-comedy in three 
acts. N.Y. French. 1931. 12°. 97p. 
Gibson, Lawrence 

Bumbo the clown. Fantasy. 1 act 
In Shay, F. ed. Fifty more contem- 
porary one-act plays 
Gibson, Wilfrid Wilson, 1878- 

Between fairs; a comedy. N.Y. Macmil- 
lan. 1928. 12°. 92p. Gipsies 
Gielgud, Val 

Chinese white. 3 acts 
In Five three-act plays 
Gilbert, Bernard, 1882- 
Eldorado. Rural. 1 act 

In Hampden, J. Eight modern plays 
Modern short plays, ser. 2 
Old bull. Comedy. 1 act 

In Hampden, J. ed. Nine modern plays 
Prodigal's return; a play in one act. N.Y. 
French. cl927. 12°. 32p. 
Gilbert, Bonnie 

May madness. 1 act 
In Sanford, A. P. ed. Plays for gradu- 
ation days 
Gilbert, Christie 
Stocking. 1 act 

In Marriott, J. W. ed. Best one-act 
plays of 1932 
Gilbert, Helen 

Good Sainte Anne 

In Poet Lore 35:576 
Spot on the porch. 1 act 
In Poet Lore 42:81 
Gilbert, Sir William Schwenck, 1836-1911 
Colossal idea; an original farce. London. 

Putnam. rl932i 12°. 62p. 
Dulcamara; or, The little duck and the 
great quack. Extravaganza. 5 scenes 
In New and original extravaganzas 
Gondoliers; or. The king of Barataria. 
Comic opera. 2 acts 
In Plays and poems [with Sullivan] 
Savoy operas 
Grand duke; or. The statutory duel. 
Comic opera. 2 acts 
In Plays and poems 
Savoy operas 



H. M. S. Pinafore; or, The lass that loved 
a sailor. Comic opera. 2 acts 
In Best known works of W. S. Gilbert 
Mikado, and other operas 
Plays and poems [with Sullivan] 
Savoy operas 
Happy land. See Gilbert, W. S. Wicked 

world 
His Excellency; a comic opera. 2 acts 

In Plays and poems 
lolanthe. Comic opera. 2 acts 
In Mikado, and other operas 

Plays and poems [with Sullivan] 
Savoy operas 
Merry Zingara; or. The tipsy Gipsy and 
the pipsy wipsy. Extravaganza 
In New and original extravaganzas 
Mikado; or. The town of Titipu. Japan- 
ese opera. 2 acts 
In Best known works of W. S. Gilbert 
Mikado, and other operas 
Plays and poems [with Sullivan] 
Savoy operas 
Mountebanks. Comic opera. 2 acts 

In Plays and poems 
Ne'er do well. A comedy drama in three 
acts. The property of E. A. Sothern, 
comedian. (N.Y.? 1877] 8°. 80p. 
Palace of truth; a comedy in three acts 

In Plays and poems 
Pirates of Penzance; or, The slave of 
duty. Comic opera. 2 acts 
In Best known works of W. S. Gilbert 
Mikado, and other operas 
Plays and poems [with Sullivan] 
Savoy operas 
Pretty Druidess; or. The mother, the 
maid, and the mistletoe bough. Ex- 
travaganza. 3 scenes 
In New and original extravaganzas 
Princess Ida, or. Castle Adamant. Comic 
opera. 3 acts 
In Plays and poems [with Sullivan] 
Savoy operas 
Pygmalion and Galatea. Comedy. 3 acts 
In Marriott, J. W. ed. Great modern 
British plays 
Robert the devil; or, The nun, the dun, 
and the son of a gun. Extravaganza. 
6 scenes 
In New and original extravaganzas 
Ruddigore; or, The witch's curse. Comic 
opera. 2 acts 
In Plays and poems [with Sullivan] 
Savoy operas 
Sorcerer. Comic opera. 2 acts 
In Plays and poems 
Savoy operas 
Sweethearts. Comedy. 2 acts 
In Cordell, R. A. ed. Representative 
modern plays 
Webber, J. P. and Webster, H. H. 
eds. Typical plays for secondary 
schools 
Thespis; or, The gods grown old. 2 acts 

In Plays and poems [with Sullivan] 
Trial by jury. Comic opera. 1 scene 
In Plays and poems [with Sullivan] 
Savoy operas 



30 



INDEX TO PLAYS 



Gilbert, W. S. — Continued 
Utopia, limited; or. The flowers of prog- 
ress. Comic opera. 2 acts 
In Plays and poems 
Savoy operas 
Vivandiere; or, True to the corps. Ex- 
travaganza. 5 scenes 
In New and original extravaganzas 
Yeoman of the guards; or. The merry- 
man and his maid. Comic opera. 1 
scene 
In Plays and poems [with Sullivan] 
Savoy operas 
Giorloff, Ruth 

Circumstances alter cases. Comedy in 
one act. N.Y. French. [1930] 12°. 
27p. 
Highness; a one-act drama. N.Y. Long- 
mans. 1931. 12°. 33p. 
Jazz and minuet, a comedy in one act. 
N.Y. Longmans. 1928. 12°. 30p. St. 
Valentine's day. 1 act 
Sajne in Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, 
A. P. eds. Plays for our 
American holidays, v. 1 
Lavender and red pepper; a comedy in 
one act for eight women 
In [New plays for women and girlsi 
Maizie. Domestic tragedy. 1 act 
In One-act plays for stage and study 
Giraudoux, Jean, 1882- 

Siegfried, a play in four acts. English 
version by Philip Carr. N.Y. Long- 
mans. 1930. 8°. 167p. Amnesia 
Girette, Marcel, 1849- 
Weaver of dreams. Comedy. 1 act 
In Vernon, V. and F. eds. Modern 
one-act plays from the French 
Glaspell, Susan, 1882- 
Alison's house; a play in three acts. 
N.Y. French. 1930. 12°. 155p. 
Same in Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 
1930-31 (abridged) 
Six plays 
Outside. Sea. 1 act 

In Trifles, and six other short plays 
People. Journalism. 1 act 

In Trifles, and six other short plays 
Trifles. Tragedy. 1 act 
In Trifles, and six other short plays 
Clark, B. H. and Nicholson, K. eds. 

American scene 
Pence, R. W. ed. Dramas by pres- 
ent-day writers 
Phillips, Le R. and Johnson, T. eds. 
Types of modern dramatic com- 
position 
Woman's honor. Comedy. 1 act 
In Trifles, and six other short plays 
Glaspell, Susan, 1882- and Cook, George 
Cram, 1873-1894 
Suppressed desires. Freud. 1 act 

In Trifles, and six other short plays 
Tickless time. Comedy. 1 act 

In Trifles, and six other short plays 
Hampden, J. ed. Ten modern plays 
Glaspell, Susan, 1882- and Matson, Norman 
Haghjem, 1893- 
Comic artist; a play in three acts. N.Y. 
Stokes. 1927. 12°. 87p. 



Glassie, Ada Boyd 

Meadowgold. Hallowe'en. 1 act 
In Schauftler, R. H. and Sanford, A. 
P. eds. Plays for our American 
holidays, v. 1 
Gleason, James 
Shannons of Broadway; a comedy in 
three acts. N.Y. French. 1928. 12°. 
117p. 
Gleason, James and Taber, Richard 

Is zat so? a comedy in three acts. N.Y. 
French. 1928. 12°. 141p. 
Gleason, James, joint author. See Abott, 

George and Gleason, James 
Glick, Carl 

Fourth Mrs. Phillips. 1 act 
In One-act plays for stage and study, 
ser. 4 
It isn't done; a play in one act. N.Y. 

French (cl928i 12°. 16p. 
Outclassed; a melodramatic comedy in 
one act. N.Y. French. [1928j 12°. 
21p. 
Sun-cold; a play in one act. N.Y. 

French. [1928i 12°. 22p. 
Ten days later; a comedy in one act. 
N.Y. French. cl928. 12°. 34p. 
Glover, Halcott 

Bellairs; a comedy in three acts. Lon- 
don. Routledge. 1928. 12°. 84p. 
Same in Three comedies 
God's amateur; a comedy in three acts. 
London. Routledge. 1928. 12°. 87- 
174p. 
Same in Three comedies 
Hail Caesar! Comedy. Ireland. 3 acts 

In Wat Tyler, and other plays 
King's Jewry; a play. London. Blooms- 
bury press. tcl921i 8°. 77p. 1 act and 
prologue 
Same in Wat Tyler, and other plays 
Tucker, S. M. Modern Amer- 
ican and British plays 
Second round; a play. London. Rout- 
ledge. 1923. 12°. 73p. Suicide. 3 acts 
Wat Tyler. Historical. 4 acts 

In Wat Tyler, and other plays 
Wills and ways; a comedy in three acts. 
London. Routledge. 1928. 12°. 177- 
256p. 
Same in Three comedies 
Gnesin, Maurice 
Mistress. 1 act 
In Baker, G. P. ed. Yale one-act plays 
Goes, Bertha 

Dowry of Columbine. 1 act 
In Jagendorf, M. A. ed. Nine short 
plays 
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von, 1749-1832 
Junkdump fair. Puppet. 1 act 
In McPharlin, P. ed. Repertory of 
marionette plays 
Gogol', Nikolai VasU'evich, 1809-1852 
Gamblers. Fraud 
In Gamblers, and Marriage 

Government inspector, and other 
plays 
Government inspector. (Inspector- 

general) Comedy. 5 acts 
In Government inspector, and other 
plays 



AUTHOR INDEX 



31 



Lawsuit. Sketch 
In Government inspector, and other 
plays 
Slavonic R 4:587 
Marriage. Satire. 2 acts 
In Gamblers, and Marriage 

Government inspector, and other 
plays 
Official's morning. Sketch 
In Government inspector, and other 
plays 
Servant's hall. Sketch 
In Government inspector, and other 
plays 
Going, C. B. 

Twilight of the moon. 1 act 
In Johnson, T. ed. Ten fantasies for 
stage and study 
Gold, Michael, 1894- 

Money; a play in one act. N.Y. French 
C1930. 8°. 30p. 
Same in Clark, B. H. and Cook, T. R. 
eds. One-act plays 
Clark, B. H. and Nicholson, K. 
eds. American scene 
Golden, Israel J. 

Precedent, a play about justice. N.Y. 
Farrar. 1931. 12°. 148p. 3 acts 
Golden, John, 1874- 

Vanishing princess. 1 act 

In Shay, F. ed. Fifty more contem- 
porary one-act plays 
Golden, John, 1874- and Jarrett, Dan 

Salt water, a fresh play. N.Y. French. 
1930. 12°. llSp. 3 acts 
Goldoni, Carlo 

La locandiera. Comedy. 3 acts 
In Le Gallienne, E. ed. Eva Le Gal- 
lienne's civic repertory plays 
Goodman, Jules Eckert, 1876- 

Back to your knitting; a mystery farce 
in one act. N.Y. French. cl931. 12°. 
29p. 
Treasure Island; a play in four acts and 
ten scenes; dramatized from the story 
of Robert Louis Stevenson. N.Y. 
French. 1933. 102p. 
Goodman, Kenneth Sawyer 
Back of the yards. 1 act 
In Tucker, S. M. ed. Twelve one-act 
plays for study and production 
Dust of the road. Religious. 1 act 
In Eastman, F. ed. Modern religious 
dramas 
Goldstone, G. A. ed. One-act plays 
Shay, F. ed. Appleton book of 
Christmas plays 
Goodrich, Arthur Frederick 

Mr. Grant; a play in three acts. N.Y. 
McBride. 1934. 12°. 184p. Historical 
Goodrich, Arthur Frederick, 1878- and 
Palmer, Rose Amelia 
Caponsacchi; a play in three acts, pro- 
logue and epilogue. N.Y. Appleton. 
1927. 12°. 185p. Tragedy 
Goold, Marshall Newton, 1881- 

Paul and Thekla, a religious drama in 
four acts. N.Y. Century. cl930. 12°. 
72p. 



Gordin, Jacob 

Captain Dreyfus. 1 act 
In White, B. F. trans. Nine one-act 
plays from the Yiddish 
Gordon, Leon and Palmer, R. A. 

Piker. . . Boston. Four Seas. 1928. 8°. 
Gore-Browne, R. F. joint author. See Har- 
wood, Harold Marsh and Gore-Browne, 
R. F. 
Gorki, Maxim, pseud. (Pieshkov, Aleksei 
Maksimovich) 1868- 
Lower depths. (Night's lodging) Trag- 
edy. 4 acts 
In Moses, M. J. ed. Dramas of mod- 
ernism and their forerunners 
Tucker, S. M. ed. Modern conti- 
nental plays 
Gorman, Herbert Sherman, 1893- 
Death of Nero. Historical. 1 act 

In Shay, F. ed. Fifty more contempo- 
rary one-act plays 
Gow, Ronald 

Gallows glorious; a play in three acts. 

London. Gollancz. 1933. 96p. 
Golden west; a farce on the instalment 

plan. London. Gowans. 1932. 29p. 
Miracle of Watling street 
In Bourne, J. ed. Eight new plays for 
boys and girls 
Vengeance of the gang; a play for boys, 
in six scenes. London. Gowans- 
1933. 64p. 
Graham, David, 1854- 

Pompilia; a play (founded on "The ring 
and the book") London. Nash. 1928. 
8°. 124p. 
Graham, Manta S. 

Call it a day. Comedy 
In Snook, L. O. ed. Comedies seven 
Grant, Neil Forkes, 1882- 
Hat trick. 1 act 
In Bourne, J. ed. 8 new one-act plays 
for 1934 
On Dartmoor. 1 act 
In Marriott, J. W. ed. Best one-act 
plays of 1932 
Granville, Edward 

Moonbeam; a play of the little people 
in one act. N.Y. French. 1929. 12°. 
34p. 
Granville-Barker, Harley Granville, 1877- 
His Majestv; a play in four acts. Lon- 
don. Sidgwick. 1928. 12°. 131p. King- 
ship 
Waste. Politics. 4 acts 
In Tucker, S. M. ed. Modern Amer- 
ican and British plays 
Grattan, Lawrence 

Gossipy sex; a comedy in three acts. 

N.Y. [cl927i 12°. 97p. 
Shorn lamb, a comedy drama in four 
acts, no pub. 1906. 8°. 56p. 
Gray, David, 1870- and Hopwood, Avery, 
1884- 
Best people; a comedy in three acts. 
N.Y. French. cl928. 12°. lllp. 
Green, Cara Mae 
Jumpin' the broom. Comedy. 1 act 
In One-act plays for stage and study, 
ser. 5 



32 



INDEX TO PLAYS 



Green, Paul, 1894- 

Blue thunder; or. The man who married 
a snake. 1 act 
In One-act plays for stage and study, 
ser. 4 
Field god. Neero. 3 acts 

In Tucker, S. M. ed. Twenty-five mod- 
ern plays 
Goodbye. Negro. 1 act 
In In the valley, and other Carolina 
plays 
House of Connelly. Negro. 2 acts 
In House of Connelly and other plays 
Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 1931- 
32 
In Abraham's bosom: biography of a 
Negro. London. Allen. 1929. 12°. 
I52p. 7 scenes 
Same in Dickinson, T. H. ed. Chief 
contemporary dramatists. 
ser. 3 
Locke, A. Le R. and Gregory, 
M. eds. Plays of Negro life 
Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 
1926-27 (abridged) 
In Aunt Mahaly's cabin; a Negro melo- 
drama in one act 
In In the valley, and other Carolina 
plays 
In the valley. Negro. 1 act 
In In the valley, and other Carolina 
plays 
Last of the Lowries; a play of the 
Croatan outlaws of Robeson county, 
N.C. N.Y. French. 1933. 31p. 
Lord's will; tragedy of a country 
preacher; plav in one act. N.Y. 
French. 1934. 12°. 5-45p. 
Man on the house. Negro. 1 act 
In In the valley, and other Carolina 
plays 
Man who died at twelve o'clock. N.Y. 
French. 1927. 12°. 18p. Negro com- 
edy. 1 act 
Same in In the valley, and other Caro- 
lina plays 
Church, V. W. ed. Curtain! 
No 'count boy; a play in one act. N.Y. 
French. 1933. 25p. Negro 
Same in In the valley, and other Caro- 
lina plays 
Clark, B. H. and Cook, T. R. 

eds. One-act plays 
Isaacs, E. J. ed. Plays of 

American life and fantasy 
Locke, A. Le R. and Gregory, 
M. eds. Plays of Negro life 
Picnic. Negro. 1 act 
In In the valley, and other Carolina 
plays 
Potter's field. A symphonic play of the 
Negro people. 1 act 
In House of Connelly and other plays 
Quare medicine. Comedy. 1 act 
In In the valley, and other Carolina 
plays 
Koch, F. H. ed. Carolina folk- 
plays, ser. 3 
Shay, F. ed. Fifty more contem- 
porary one-act plays 



Saturday night. Negro. 1 act 
In In the valley, and other Caroliti:i 
plays 
Supper for the dead. Negro. 1 act 
In In the valley, and other Carolina 
plays 
Tread the green grass. Folk fantasv. 
2 pts. 
In House of Connelly and other plays 
Unto such glory. Negro. 1 act 
In In the valley, and other Carolina 
plays 
White dresses; a tragedy of Negro life. 
1 act 
In Locke, A. Le R. and Gregory, 
M. eds. Plays of Negro life 
Green, Paul and Green, Erma 

Fixin's; the tragedy of a tenant farm 
woman. 1 act 
In Koch, F. H. ed. Carolina folk-plays 
Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, A. P. 
eds. Plays for our American 
holidays, v. 4 
Gregory, Lady Isabella Augusta, 1859- 
1932 
Bogie men. Ireland. 1 act 
In Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, A. P. 
eds. Plays for our American 
holidays, v. 1 
Colman and Guaire. 1 act 
In One-act plays for stage and study. 
ser. 6 
Dave. Peasant life. 1 act 

In Three last plays 
Dragon. Comedy. 3 acts 
In Moses, M. J. ed. Ring up the cur- 
tain! 
Webber, J. P. and Webster, H. H. 
eds. Typical plays for secondary 
schools 
Hyacinth Halvey. Comedy. 1 act 
In Canfield, C. ed. Plays of the Irish 
renaissance 
Watson, E. B. and Pressey, B. eds. 
Contemporary drama: English 
and Irish plays, v. 1 
On the racecourse; a play in one act. 
N.Y. Putnam. tl926i 27p. [A rewrit- 
ing of the author's first play which 
was called Twenty-five] 
Rising of the moon. Comedy. 1 act 
In Webber, J. P. and Webster, H. H. 
eds. One-act plays for secondary 
schools 
Sancho's master. Comedy. 3 acts 

In Three last plays 
Spreading the news. Gossip. 1 act 
In Cohen, H. L. ed. One-act plays 
by modern authors. 1934 edition 
Pence, R. W. ed. Dramas by pres- 
ent-day writers 
Talking dragon. Juvenile 

In Moses, M. J. ed. Ring up the cur- 
tain! 
Travelling man. Miracle play. 1 act 

In Modern short plays, ser. 1 
Twenty-five. See Gregory, I. A. On 
the racecourse 



AUTHOR INDEX 



33 



Workhouse ward. Comedy. 1 act 
In Goldstone, G. A. ed. One-act plays 
Tucker, S. M. ed. Twelve one-act 
plays for study and production 
Would-be-gentleman. tr. and adapted 
from the French of Moliere. Com- 
edy. 1 act 
In Three last plays 
Gregson, James Richard, 1889- 

Democrat from Debrett; a farcical com- 
edy in three acts. London. il931i 
12°. 90p. 
Devil a saint; a comedy in three acts. 
London. Gay and Hancock. 1928. 12°. 
81p. 
Liddy. Yorkshire. 1 act 

In Way of an angel, and other plays 
Melchisedek. Yorkshire. 1 act 

In Way of an angel, and other plays 
Sar' Alice. London. Hodder. 1930. 12°. 

155p. 4 acts 
Way of an angel 

In Way of an angel, and other plays 
Youth disposes. Yorkshire. 1 act 
In Way of an angel, and other plays 
Gribble, Harry Wagstaff 

Juliet and Romeo. Romantic. 1 act 
In Shay, F. ed. Fifty more contempo- 
rary one-act plays 
Message. Unknown dead. 1 act 
In Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, A. P. 
eds. Plays for our American 
holidays, v. 3 
Griffith, Eleanor Glendower 

House the children built. Health. 1 act 
In Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, A. P. 
eds. Plays for our American 
holidays, v. 4 
Little vegetable men. Health. 1 act 
In Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, A. P. 
eds. Plays for our American 
holidays, v. 4 
Griffith, Hubert Freeling, 1896- 

Red Sunday; a play in three acts. Lon- 
don. Richards. 1929. 12°. 89p. 
Tender passion; a play in three acts and 
seven scenes. N.Y. Brentano's. 1927. 
12°. 85p. (British drama league li- 
brary of modern British drama, no. 
14) 

Tragic muse, a play in three acts. 
Adapted from the novel of Henry 
James. London. Unwin. 1927. 12° 
93p. 

Tunnel trench; a play in three acts and 
seven scenes. London. Allen. tl924i 
12°. 73p. 
Grimball, Elizabeth B. 

Snow queen. Fairy. 2 acts 

In Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, A. P. 
eds. Plays for our American 
holidays, v. 2 
Waif: a Christmas morality of the twen- 
tieth century. N.Y. cl923. 16°. 
Gropper, Milton Herbert 

It won't be long now, a farce in three 
acts. Acting edition. N.Y. Long- 
mans. 1930. 12°. 116p 



Gropper, Milton Herbert and Hammer- 
stein, Oscar, 2nd 
Gypsy Jim; a play in three acts. N.Y. 

French. cl927. 12°. 94p. 
New toys; a comedy in three acts. N.Y. 
French. cl927. 12°. 125p. 
Gropper, Milton Herbert and Siegel, Max 
We Americans; a new play. N.Y. 
French. cl928. 12°. 99p. 3 acts 
Grover, Harry Greenwood 

Summer holiday; a comedy in one act. 
N.Y. French. cl933. 12°. 19p. 
Grover, P. L. 

Mariot and Mariette. Comedy. 1 act 
In Johnson, T. ed. Diminutive com- 
edies 
Gue, Belle Willey 
Washington, the statesman; a drama. 
San Diego, Cal. The Canterbury 
Company. 1928. 8°. 108p. Historical 
Guinan, John 

Black Oliver. Ireland. 1 act 
In One-act plays for stage and study, 
sen 5 
Dublin M 2:32 
Cuckoo's nest; a comedy in three acts. 
Dublin. Gill. [cl933i 8°. 66p. 
Guinn, Dorothy C. 

Out of the dark. Negro pageant. 1 act 
In Richardson, W. ed. Plays and 
pageants from the life of the 
Negro 
Guiterman, Arthur, 1871- and Langner, 
Lawrence 
School for husbands; adapted . . . from 
Moliere's comedy "L'Ecole des 
maris." N.Y. French. 1933. 12°. 161p. 
Comedy 
Guitry, Sacha, 1885 

Villa for sale. Comedy. 1 act 
In Vernon, V. and F. eds. Modern 
one-act plays from the French 
Gunn, John Alexander, 1896- 

Spinoza, the maker of lenses; a play in 
three acts. London. Allen. (cl932] 
12°. 99p. 
Gunn, Neil M. 
Back home. 1 act 
In Marriott, J. W. ed. Best one-act 
plays of 1931 
Gunner, Frances 

Light of the women. Negro pageant. 
1 act 
In Richardson, W. ed. Plays and pag- 
eants from the life of the Negro 
Guthrie, Thomas Anstey (F. Anstey, 
pseud.) 
Game of adverbs. 1 act 

In Golden Bk 10:99 
Salted almonds. 1 act 
In Golden Bk 14:372 

Hackett, Albert and Goodrich, Frances 

Up pops the devil; a comedy in three 
acts. N.Y. French. 117p. 

Hackett, Walter, 1876- 

Barton mystery, a play in four acts. N.Y. 
French. cl930. 8°. 63p. 

Captain Applejack; an Arabian night's ad- 
venture, in three acts. N.Y. French. 
cl925. 12°. 121p. 



34 



INDEX TO PLAYS 



Hackett, Walter — Continued 

Freedom of the seas, a play in three acts. 

N.Y. French. 1929. 12°. 104p. 
Other men's wives, a play in three acts. 

N.Y. French. 1929. 8°. 104p. 
77, Park lane, an adventure in three acts. 

N.Y. French. cl929. 8°. 92p. 
Sorry you've been troubled! A play in 
three acts. N.Y. French. cl931. 8°. 
91p. 
Way to treat a woman. N.Y. French. 
cl930. 8°. 95p. 
Hackett, Walter, joint author. See Arlen, 

M. and Hackett, W. 
Hagan, James 

One Sunday afternoon 
In Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 1932-33 
(abridged) 
Hall, Holworthy, pseud. (Porter, Harold 
Everett, 1887- and Middlemass, 
Robert) 
Valiant. Religious. 1 act 

In Eastman, F. ed. Modern religious 
dramas 
Twelve one-act plays 
Halman, Doris Friend, 1895- 

Closet. Domestic tragedy. 1 act 
In Phillips, LeR. and Johnson, T. eds. 
Types of modern dramatic com- 
position 
Famine and the ghost. 1 scene 
In Johnson, T. ed. More plays in mini- 
ature 
Lenna looks down. 1 act 
In One-act plays for stage and study, 
ser. 4 
Halvey, P. 

Wanderlust. 1 act 

In Clark, B. H. and Nicholson, K. eds. 
American scene 
Hamilton, Cicely Mary, 1875- 
Jack and Jill and a friend. Comedy. 1 
act 
In Shay, F. ed. Fifty more contem- 
porary one-act plays 
Just to get married; a comedy in three 

acts. N.Y. French. cl9l4. 12°. 87p. 
Old Adam, a fantastic comedy . . . Ox- 
ford. Blackwell. 1926. 12°. 99p. 
Hamilton, Harry Lacy 

Fingerbowls and Araminta; a comedy in 
one act for five women. Summit, 
_ N.J. Swartout. 1926. 12°. 28p. 
Going straight; a comedy in three acts. 
Chicago. Denison. 1927. 12°. 173p. 
Hamilton, Henry 

Harvest; an original modern play, in a 
prologue and three acts. London. 
French. [1893j 67p. 
Our regiment; a farcical comedy in three 
acts, adapted from the German of 
von Moser. N.Y. French. [188-?] 
5Sp. 
Three musketeers, a play in four acts, 
adapted from the novel of Alexander 
Dumas. N.Y. French. cl930. 12° 
122p. 
Hamilton, Patrick, 1904- 

Rope (Rope's end); a play in three acts. 
N.Y. French. 1933. 86p. 



Hamlin, Mary P. 

Burnt offering; a play about Jephthah's 
wife, in one act. N.Y. French. cl933. 
12°. 26p. 
He came seeing; a one-act play. N.Y. 

French. cl928. 8°. 35p. 
Trouble with the Christmas presents; 
comedy in prologue and one act. 
N.Y. French. [1931i 12°. 36p. 
Hamlin, Mary P. and Arliss, George 

Hamilton, a play in four acts. Boston. 
Baker. 1918. 12°. 160p. 
Hammerstein, Oscar, 2nd, joint author. See 
Gropper, M. H. and Hammerstein, O. 
2nd 
Hankin, St. John, 1869-1909 
Alcestis. 1 scene 

In Dramatic sequels 
Caesar and Cleopatra. 1 scene 

In Dramatic sequels 
Caste. 1 scene 

In Dramatic sequels 
Charity that began at home; a comedy in 
four acts. N.Y. French. 1907. 12°. 
112p. 
Constant lover. Comedy. 1 act 
In Marriott, J. W. ed. One-act plays. 
ser. 4 
Critic. 1 scene 

In Dramatic sequels 
Dramatic version of Omar Khayyam. 1 
scene 
In Dramatic sequels 
Hamlet. 1 scene 

In Dramatic sequels 
Lady from the sea. 1 scene 

In Dramatic sequels 
Lady of Lyons. 1 scene 

In Dramatic sequels 
Last of the De Mullins. Sociological. 
3 acts 
In Chandler, F. W. and Cordell, R. A. 
eds. Twentieth century plays 
Much ado about nothing. 1 scene 

In Dramatic sequels 
New wing at Elsinore. 1 scene 

In Hampden, J. ed. Ten modern plays 
Patience. 1 scene 

In Dramatic sequels 
Return of the prodigal; a comedy in four 
acts. N.Y. French. cl907. 12°. lOlp. 
Same in Marriott, J. W. ed. Great 
modern British plays 
School for scandal. 1 scene 

In Dramatic sequels 
Second Mrs. Tanqueray. 1 scene 

In Dramatic sequels 
She stoops to conquer. 1 scene 

In Dramatic sequels 
Two Mr. Wetherbys; a middle-class com- 
edy in three acts. N.Y. French. 1907. 
12°. 90p. 
Hanlon, Daniel E. 1877- 
Wolf at the door. 1 act 
In One-act plays for stage and study, 
ser. 6 
Hardy, Thomas. 1840-1928 

Three wayfarers, a play in one act; 
dramatized from his story "The three 
strangers." N.Y. Fountain press. 
1930. 4°. 34p. 



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35 



Hare, Walter Ben 

Aboard a slow train in Mizzoury, a 
farcical entertainment in three acts. 
Boston. Baker. 1920. 12°. 52p. 

Adventures of grandpa; a wholesome 
farce in three acts. Boston. Baker. 
1918. 70p. 

Alabama bound, a dramatic comedy of 
youth triumphant, in three acts. Bos- 
ton. Baker. (1929) 12°. 71p. 

And Billy disappeared, a clean comedy of 
mystery in four acts. Boston. Baker. 
1920. 12°. 148p. 

And home came Ted, a comedy of mys- 
tery in three acts. Chicago. Denison. 
(1917] 12°. I56p. 

Backwoods school in '49, an entertain- 
ment in one act. Boston. Baker. 1925. 
12°. 28p. 

Beantown baby show, a mirthquake of 
fun in one laughing shock. Boston. 
Baker. 1926. 12°. 15p. 

Boy scouts; a play for boys in three acts. 
Boston. Baker. (1913i Sip. 

Bride and groom, a farce in three acts. 
N.Y. Dick. cl916. 12°. 59p. 

Camp-fire girls; a comedy for girls in 
four acts. Boston. Baker. (cl915] 
46p. 

Cheer-up; a comedy in three acts. Bos- 
ton. Baker. 1925. 12°. 104p. 

Civil service, an American drama in three 
acts; a play with a punch. Chicago. 
Denison. [19l5i 12°. 68p. 

College town; a college farce comedy in 
three acts. Chicago. Denison. [1910j 
12°. 64p. 

Colonial garden party. [From A pageant 
of history] 
In Johnson, T. ed. Washington anni- 
versary plays 

Couple of million, an American comedy 
in four acts. Boston. Baker. 1917. 
12°. 72p. 

Cowpunchers, a play in one act. Boston. 
Baker. 1926. 12°. 38p. 

Dutch detective, a farce in three acts. 
Boston. Baker. 1914. 12°. 53p. 

Early bird, a comedy in three acts. Chi- 
cago. Denison. [1918] 12°. 88p. 

Fascinations; a musical burlesque enter- 
tainment in one act. Chicago. Deni- 
son. (1913i 12°. 19p. 

Grandma Gibbs of the Red Cross, a 
patriotic comedy drama in four acts. 
Boston. Baker. 1918. 12°. 62p. 

Has anyone seen Jean? A melodramatic 
mystery comedy in three acts. Bos- 
ton. Baker. cl927. 12°. 116p. 

Heiress hunters, a comedy in three acts. 
Boston. Baker. 1915. 12°. 60p. 

Hoodoo, a farce in three acts. Boston. 
Baker. 1913. 12°. 83p. 

Isosceles, a play in one act. Boston. 
Baker. 1917. 12°. 13p. 

Kicked out of college; a college farce in 
three acts; a companion play to "A 
college town." Chicago. Denison. 
il916) 12°. 72p. 



Macbeth a la mode, a school burletta in 
three acts. Chicago. Denison. [1914i 
12°. 35p. 
Old days in Dixie; a comedy-drama in 
three acts. Boston. Baker. 1920. 12°. 
73p. 
Old fashioned mother, a dramatic parable 
of a mother's love, in three acts. 
Chicago. Denison. [1917j 12°. 68p. 
Parlor matches, an engaging comedy of 
society in two acts. Chicago. Deni- 
son. [1915] 12°. 40p. 
Poor married man; a farce comedy in 
three acts. Chicago. Denison. [1915] 
12°. 55p. 
Professor Pepp, a farcical comedy with a 
college flavor, in three acts. Boston. 
Baker. 1915. 12°. 64p. 
Rustic Romeo, a musical comedy in two 
acts. Chicago. Denison. [cl912] 12°. 
87p. 
Sewing for the heathen, a refined comedy 
in one act. Chicago. Denison. (1915] 
12°. 20p. 
Southern Cinderella, a comedy-drama in 
three acts. Chicago. Denison. (cl913) 
12°. 51p. 
Teddy; or, The runaways, a comedy in 
three acts. Boston. Baker. 1913. 12°. 
64p. 
Hargrave, Roy, joint author. See Britton, 

Kenneth Phillips and Hargrave, Roy 
Harlan, Walter, 1867- 

Niiremburg egg. Invention. 4 acts 
In Katzin, W. ed. Eight European 
plays 
Harnwell, Anna J. 
Her name was Anne 
In Sanford, A. P. ed. Lincoln plays 
Harnwell, Anna J. joint author. See 
Meaker, Isabelle J. and Harnwell, Anna 
J. 
Harper, H. 

Christmas tale (based on the French of 
M. Bouchor) 
In Shay, F. ed. Appleton book of 
Christmas plays 
Harris, Edna May 1900- 
Windblown; a fantasy in one act 
In Poet Lore 38:426 
Harris. Frank, 1856-1931 

Joan la Romee, a drama. [N.Y. Harris. 
1926] 8°. 91p. Joan of Arc 
Harris, Hazel Harper 

When a man wanders; a one-act play for 
women 
In Poet Lore 40:602 
Harris, Lillian 

Marriage is so difficult. Farce. 1 act 

In Poet Lore 38:452 
Publicity. 1 act 
In Poet Lore 38:590 
Harris, May Pashley 

Pageant of inauguration. Historical 
In Johnson, T. ed. Washington anni- 
versary plays 
Harrison, Constance Gary (Mrs. Burton 
Harrison) 1846-1920 
Tea at four o'clock. A drawing-room 
comedy, in one act. N.Y. DeWitt. 
cl892. 12°. 29p. 



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INDEX TO PLAYS 



Hart, Moss, juint author. See Kaufman, 

G. S. and Hart, Moss 
Hartleben, Otto Erich, 1864-1905 

Demands of society. Comedy. 1 act 
In Shay, F. ed. Fifty more contem- 
porary one-act plays 
Hartley, Roland English 

Other side of the door. 1 act 
In Poet Lore 41:223 
Hartley, Roland English and Power, Caro- 
line Marguerite 
Ambitious guest (N. Hawthorne) 

hi Short plays from great stories 
Madame Delphine (G. W. Cable) 

In Short plaj^s from great stories 
Mateo Falcone (P. Merimee) 

In Short plays from great stories 
My double and how he undid me (E. E. 
Hale) 
In Short plays from great stories 
Necklace (G. de Maupassant) 

In Short plays from great stories 
Outcasts from Poker Flat (B. Harte) 

In Short plays from great stories 
Purloined letter (E. A. Poe) 

In Short plays from great stories 
Rip Van Winkle (W. Irving) 

In Short plays from great stories 
Rose of the Alhambra (W. Irving) 
In Short plays from great stories 
Shot (A. Pushkin) 

In Short plaj's from great stories 
Siege of Berlin (Alphonse Daudet) 
In Short plays from great stories 
Sire de Maletroit's door (R. L. Steven- 
son) 
In Short plays from great stories 
Sisterly scheme (H. C. Bunner) 

In Short plays from great stories 
Substitute (F. Coppee) 

In Short plays from great stories 
Three strangers (T. Hardy) 

In Short plays from great stories 
Two of them (J. M. Barrie) 

In Short plays from great stories 
Wee Willie Winkie (R. Kipling) 

In Short plays from great stories 
Young man with the cream tarts (R. L. 
Stevenson) 
In Short plays from great stories 
Harwood, Harold Marsh, 1874- 

Girl's best friend, a play in three acts. 

London. Benn. 1929. 12°. 69p. 
Man in possession; a play in three acts 
and an epilogue. London. Benn. 1930. 
12°. 89p. 
So far and no father; a play in four 
scenes. London. Benn. 1932. 12°. 85p. 
Transit of Venus; a play in four acts. 
London. Benn. 1927. 12°. 93p. 
Harwood, Harold Marsh, 1874- and Gore- 
Browne, Robert 
Cynara: a play in a prologue, three acts 
and an epilogue, adapted from "An 
imperfect lover," a novel by R. Gore- 
Browne. London. Benn. 1930. 12°. 
114p. 
Same in Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 
1931-32 (abridged) 



King, queen, knave; a play in three acts. 
London. Benn. 1932. 12 = . 97p. 
Hatch, Mrs. Mary R. (Piatt) 1848- 

Mademoiselle Vivine; a one-act play. 

Boston. Four Seas. 1927. 12° 22p. 
Mrs. Bright's visitor; a comedy in one 
act. Boston. Four Seas. 1927. 12°. 
22p. 
Hatton, Fannie, joint author. See Hatton, 

Frederic and Hatton, Fannie 
Hatton, Frederic, 1879- and Hatton, Fannie 
Lombardi, ltd.; a comedv in three acts. 
N.Y. French. cl928. 'l2°. 172p. 
Hauptmann, Gerhart, 1862- 

Beaver coat [Der Bilberpelz]. Comedy. 
4 acts 
In Watson, E. B. and Pressey, B. eds. 
Contemporarj- drama. European 
plays, v. 1 
Rats. Social. 5 acts 
In Tucker, S. M. ed. Modern con- 
tinental plays 
Tucker, S. M. ed. Twenty-five mod- 
ern plays 
Sunken bell. Symbolic. 5 acts 
In Whitman, C. H. ed. Seven contem- 
porary plays 
Haworth, Edith 

Emperor's new clothes; a play in five 
acts 
In Players M 10:22 N.-D. 1933 
Hayward, Grace 

Graustark; or. Love behind a throne; 
a modern romantic comedj^ . . . 
dramatized from the novel of George 
Barr McCutcheon. N.Y. French. 
cl926. 12°. 74p. 
Some girl; a comedj- in three acts. N.Y. 
French. 1928. 12°. 107p. 
Head, Cloyd 

Grotesques; a decoration in black and 
white. Chicago. Dramatic pub. co. 
1933. 12°. 62p. 
Heal, Edith 

Into the everywhere; a play for the 
mind's eye. 1 act 
In Poet Lore 38:466 
Healey, Frances 

Copper pot. 2 scenes 
In Webber, J. P. and Webster, H. H. 
eds. Typical plays for secondary 
schools 
Creeds. Religious conflict. 1 act 
In Shay, F. ed. Fifty more contem- 
porary one-act plays 
Heath, Crosby 

Unruly member. Comedy. 1 act 

In Shay, F. ed. Fifty more contem- 
porary one-act plays 

Heath, E. P. 

Bird in the hand. 1 act 
In Nicholson, K. ed. Hollywood plays 

Hecht, Ben, 1893- and Fowler, Gene 

Great Magoo; a love-sick charade in 
three acts and something like eight 
scenes. N.Y. Covici. [1933i 8°. 208p. 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Hecht, Ben and MacArthur, Charles 
Front page. . . . N.Y. Covici. 1928. 12". 
189p. Melodrama. 3 acts 
In Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 1928- 
29 (abridged) 
Heckscher, Maurice, jr. 

Tragic fugue; a play in three episodes. 
Glen Head, N.Y. Ashlar press. 1933. 
8°. 57p. 
Heijermans, Herman, 1864-1924 

Ahasverus. tr. from the Dutch bj^ Caro- 
line Heijermans-Houwink and Dr. 
J. J. Houwink. 1 act 
In Drama 19:145 
Good Hope; a drama of the sea in four 
acts; only authorized translation by 
William Saunders and Caroline 
Heijermans-Houwink. N.Y. French. 
1928. 8°. 145p. Dutch shipping laws 
Links. 4 acts 

In Poet Lore 38:1 
Rising sun (De opgaande zon) ... a play 
in four acts tr. by Christopher St. 
John [pseud]. London. Labour pub. 
CO. [1926] 12°. 86p. 
Hellman, Lillian 

Children's hour. N.Y. Knopf. 1934. 12°. 
115p. Slander. 3 acts 
Hemingway, Ernest, 1898 
To-day is Friday. 1 act 
In Alen without women 
Hepworth, F. A. 

Queen Dick; an episode founded upon the 
novel of Alfred Tressider Sheppard 
and dramatized by F. A. Hepworth. 
1 act 
In Bourne, J. ed. 8 new one-act plays 
Herbert, Alan Patrick, 1890- 

Derby day, a comic opera in three acts; 
the words by A. P. Herbert. Lon- 
don. Methuen. [1931) 12°. 126p. 
Double demon. 1 act 

In Mayor, B. ed. Four one-act plavs 
Helen, a comic opera in three acts, based 
upon "La belle Helene" by Henri 
Meilhac and Ludovic Halevy; the 
English version by A. P. Herbert. 
London. Methuen. 1932. 12°. 112p. 
Tantivy towers, a light opera in three 
acts. . . . London. Methuen. [1931] 
12°. 78p. 
Two gentlemen of Soho. N.Y. French 
cl927. 12°. 28p. 1 act 
Same in London Merc 16:490 
Herbert, Alan Patrick, 1890- and Davies- 
Adams, A. 
La vie parisienne. A comic opera in 
three acts. London. Benn. 1929 12° 
76p. 

Heme, James A. 1839-1901 

Hearts of oak. Melodrama. 6 acts 
In Shore Acres, and other plays 
Sag Harbor; an old story. 4 acts 
In Shore Acres, and other plays 
Shore Acres. Comedy. 4 acts 
In Shore Acres, and other plays 
Heyward, Dorothy Hartzell (Kuhns) 
Nancy Ann; a comedy in three acts 
N.Y. French cl927." 12°. 141p. 



Heyward, Mrs. Dorothy Hartzell (Kuhns) 
and De Jagers, Dorothy 
Little girl blue, a romantic comedy in a 
prologue and three acts. N.Y. 
French. cl931. 12°. 80p. 
Heyward, Mrs. Dorothy Hartzell (Kuhns) 
and Heyward, Du Bose, 1885- 
Porgy; a play in four acts . . . from the 
novel of Du Bose Heyward. Garden 
City, N.Y. Doubleday. 1928. 8°. 
203p. Negro. 
Same in Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 
1927-28 (abridged) 
Heyward, Du Bose, 1885- 
Brass ankle, a play in three acts. N.Y. 
Farrar. cl931. 12°. 133p. Negro 
problem 
Hickenlooper, Margaret 

Saint Anselm only carved one soul; a 
Christmas fantasy 
hi Johnson, T. ed. Ten fantasies for 
stage and study 
Troll and the toll bridge. Comedy. 
In Johnson, T. ed. Diminutive com- 
edies 
Hickerson, Harold, joint author. See 
Anderson, Maxwell and Hickerson, 
Harold 
Hickson, Leslie M. 

Leap year bride. Comedy. 1 act 
In Shay, F. ed. Fifty more con- 
temporary one-act plays 
Whose money? See Dickson, L. and 
Hickson, L. M. Whose money? 
Hill, Leslie Pinckney, 1880- 

Toussaint L'Ouverture; a dramatic his- 
tory. Boston. Christopher. 1928. 
12°. 137p. 5 acts 
Hillyer, Robert, 1895- 

Engagement ring; a comedy. [Hartford, 
Conn. Haylofters. 1927] 12°. 31p. 
1 act 
Masquerade; a comedy. Hartford, Conn. 
Haylofters. 1928. 12°. 31p. 
Hilton, Charles 

Broken pines. 1 act 
In Poet Lore 40:461 
Hines, Leonard J. and King, Frank 
Vindication. Execution. 1 act 

In Marriott, J. W. ed. Best one-act 
plays of 1931 
Hirschbein, Perez, 1880- 
Bebele. Idyll. 1 act 
In Block, E. ed. One-act plays from 
the Yiddish, ser. 2. 
Lone worlds! 1 act 

In Block, E. ed. One-act plays from 
the Yiddish, ser. 2 
Hirschfeld, Georg, 1873- 
Second life. 1 act 
In Poet Lore 39:475 
Hodge, Merton 

Wind and the rain. A play in three acts. 
London. Gollancz. 1934. 12°. 115p. 
Same in Famous plays of 1933-34 
Hodge, WilUam Thomas, 1874- 
Beware of dogs; a satirical tale in three 
ways. 3 acts 
In Plavs. V. 2 



38 



INDEX TO PLAYS 



Hodge, W. T. — Continued 

Fixing sister. Comedy. 4 acts 

In Plays, v. 1 
For all of us. Melodrama. 3 acts 

In Plays, v. 1 
Guest of honor. Comedy. 3 acts 

In Plays, v. 2 
Judge's husband. Romance. 3 acts 

In Plays, v. 1 
Road to happiness. Comedy. 4 acts 

In Plays, v. 2 
Straight through the door; a mystery 
comedy in three acts. N.Y. French. 

1929. 12°. 123p. 
Hodson, James Lansdale 

Back way; a comedy in one act. Lon- 
don. Gowans. 1927. 16°. 32p. 

George proposes; a comedy in one act. 
London. Gowans. 1927. 16°. 32p. 

Harvest, a play in one act. London. 
Gowans. 1931. 12°. 29p. 

Proof; a play in one act. London. 
Gowans. 1927. 24°. 32p. 

Red night, a war play in a prologue 
and four acts. . . . mainly adapted 
from "Grey dawn — red night" by the 
same author. London. Gollancz. 

1930. 12°. lllp. 

These fathers! A comedy in three acts. 
London. Gowans. 1930. 12°. 148p. 
Hoffe, Monckton (Reaney Monckton 
HoiTe-Miles) 1881- 
Faithful heart; an original play. Lon- 
don. Heinemann. 1922. 12°. 80p. 2 
acts 
Little damozel; a comedy in three acts. 

N.Y. French. 1912 
Many waters. London. Gollancz. 1928. 
12°. 126p. Satire. 4 acts 
Same in Famous plays of to-day 1930 
Plays of a half-decade 
Stolen rolls. N.Y. French. cl926. 12°. 
23p. 1 act 
Hoffman, Phoebe, 1894- 

About face, a comedy in one act, for 
three women. Summit, N.J. Swart- 
out. 1924. 12°. 18p. 
Advantages of being shy, comedy in one 

act. N.Y. French. cl927. 12°. 24p. 
Lady of destiny, a comedy in one act 
(for a number of women). N.Y. 
French. cl925. 12°. 29p. 
Man of ideas, a phantasy in one act. 

Boston. Baker. [1927] 12°. 20p. 
Man of the moment. Fantasy. 1 act 
In Johnson, T. ed. Ten fantasies for 
stage and study 
Martha's mourning, a play in one act. 

Boston. Baker. 1923. 12°. 14p. 
Mrs. Leicester's school. 1 act 

In New plays for women and girls 
Triumph of Mary; a play in one act. 

Boston. Baker. (1927i 12°. 20p. 
Turn of a hair; a farce in one act. Phila- 
delphia. Penn. 1929. 12°. 22p. 
Undertones; a comedy in one act. N.Y. 
French. cl925. 12°. 18p. 



Hofmannsthal, Hugo von, 1874- 
Electra. Tragedy. 1 act 
In Dickinson, T. H. ed. Chief con- 
temporary dramatists, ser. 3 
Holbrook, Marion 
All's vanity. 1 act 

In Sanford, A. P. ed. One-act plays 
for women 
Backwoods. 1 act 
In Johnson, T. ed. Washington anni- 
versary plays 
Better mouse trap. 1 act 
In Sanford, A. P. ed. Plays for gradu- 
ation days 
Brandywine. Historical. 1 act 
In Johnson, T. ed. Washington an- 
niversary plays 
Kid gloves. 1 act 
In Sanford, A. P. ed. One-act plays 
for women 
Little general. 1 act 
In Johnson, T. ed. Washington an- 
niversary plays 
Mount Vernon. Historical. 1 act 
In Johnson, T. ed. Washington an- 
niversary plays 
Stitch in time. 1 act 
In Johnson, T. ed. Plays about George 
Washington 
Holland, Harold 

Dad, a play in three acts and an epi- 
logue. London. Benn. 1928. 12°. 
113p. 
Holme, Constance 

Home of vision. 1 act 
In Marriott, J. W. ed. Best one-act 
plays of 1932 
"I want!" Fantasy. 3 acts 
In Five three-act plays 
Holmes, E. D. 

Capture of Major Andre. 1 act 
In Johnson, T. ed. Plays about George 
Washington 
Capture of the British sentinel at Stony 
Point. 1 act 
In Johnson, T. ed. Plays about George 
Washington 
Holmes, L. T. joint author. See Donahue, 

Von and Holmes, L. T. 
Hopkins, Arthur 

Moonshine. North Carolina. 1 act 
In Hampden, J. ed. Ten modern plays 
Isaacs, E. J. ed. Plays of American 

life and fantasy 
Tucker, S. M. ed. Twelve one-act 
plays for study and production 
Hopkins, Arthur, joint author. See Wal- 
ters, George Manker and Hopkins, 
Arthur 
Hopwood, Avery, 1884- 

Alarm clock; a comedy in three acts. 
N.Y. French. cl930. 12°. 112p. 
Hopwood, Avery, joint author. See Gray, 

David and Hopwood, Avery 
Hopwood, Avery, joint author. See Rine- 
hart, Mary Roberts and Hopwood, 
Avery 
Homsey, Evelyn Grant 

Denial. Boston. Baker. [cl927i 12°. 26p. 
1 act 



AUTHOR INDEX 



39 



Some of us are like that. Comedy. 1 
act 
In Johnson, T. ed. Diminutive com- 
edies 
Homthal, Larry, joint author. See Strode, 

Hudson and Hornthal, Larry 
Horowitz, Nathan, 1888- 

Souls in exile; a play in four acts. Lon- 
don. Narodiczky. 1928. 8°. 52p. 
Houghton, Stanley, 1881-1913 

Dear departed; a comedy in one act. 

N.Y. French. cl910. 12°. 26p. 
Kindle wakes. 3 acts 
In Plays of to-day. v. 1 

Tucker, S. M. ed. Modern Ameri- 
can and British plays 
Master of the house. Domestic. 1 act 
In Marriott, J. W. ed. One-act plays 
of to-day. ser. 3 
Housman, Laurence, 1865- 

Amende honorable (1846). 1 act 

In Victoria and Albert 
Bereavement (1861). 1 act 

In Victoria and Albert 
Bethlehem. Nativity play. 2 acts 
In Phillips, Le R. and Johnson, T. eds. 
Types of modern dramatic com- 
position 
Blue ribbon (1887). Queen Victoria 

In Queen's progress 
Brother Ass. St. Francis of Assisi. 1 
act 
In Comments of Juniper 
Brother Wolf. St. Francis of Assisi. 
1 act 
In Hampden, J. ed. Ten modern plays 
Shairp, A. M. ed. Modern plays in 
one act 
Called and the chosen. Village life. 
1 act 
In Ways and means 
Charles! Charles! Comedy. 1 act 

In 19th Cent 105:127 
Consider your verdict. 1 act 

In Ye fearful saints! 
Death and the doctors (14th December 
1861). 1 act 
In Victoria and Albert 
Enter prince (1840). 1 act 

In Victoria and Albert 
Fall from power (1842). 1 act 

In Victoria and Albert 
Go-between (December 1851). 1 act 

In Victoria and Albert 
Gods whom men love die old. 1 act 

In Ye fearful saints! 
"Good lesson!" (1842). 1 act 

In Victoria and Albert 
Great relief (1894). Queen Victoria. 
1 act 
In Queen's progress 
Happy and glorious (1897). Queen Vic- 
toria. 1 act 
In Queen's progress 
In this sign conquer. 1 act 

In Ye fearful saints! 
Intervention (30th November). 1 act 

In Victoria and Albert 
Intruder (1845). Queen Victoria. 1 act 
In Queen's progress 



Last comment. St. Francis of Assisi. 
1 act 
hi Comments of Juniper 
Leading-strings (1841). Queen Victoria. 
1 act 
In Queen's progress 
Likely story. Village life. 1 act 

In Ways and means 
Makers of miracle. St. Francis of Assisi. 
1 act 
In Comments of Juniper 
Mess of pottage. St. Francis of Assisi. 
1 act 
In Comments of Juniper 
Mint o' money. Village life. I act 

In Ways and means 
Morning glory. (Uth February, 1840). 
I act 
In Victoria and Albert 
New hangman, a play in one act. N.Y. 

Putnam. 1930. 12°. 23p. 
Old bottles. 1 act 

In Ye fearful saints! 
Order of release. St. Francis of Assisi. 
1 act 
In Comments of Juniper 
Fortn 126:289 
Painful necessity (1898). 1 act 

In Victoria and Albert 
Peace-makers. St. Francis of Assisi. 
1 act 
In Comments of Juniper 
"Poor mama!" (1837) Queen Victoria. 
1 act 
In Queen's progress 
Prize pigeon. Village life. 1 act 

In Ways and means 
Promotion cometh (1891). Queen Vic- 
toria. 1 act 
In Queen's progress 
Religious difficulties (1879). 1 act 

In Victoria and Albert 
Revolting daughter. Queen Victoria. 1 act 

In Palace plays 
Royal favour (1859). Queen Victoria. 
1 act 
In Queen's progress 
She-ass and the tied colt. 1 act 

In Ye fearful saints! 
Snow man. Village life. 1 act 
In Ways and means 

Clark, B. H. ed. Representative 
one-act plays by British and Irish 
authors 
Time-servers. 1 act 

In Ye fearful saints 
Under fire (30th May 1842). 1 act 

In Victoria and Albert 
Waiting-room. 1 act 

In Ye fearful saints! 
We are not amused (1885). 1 act 

In Victoria and Albert 
Wicked uncles; or. Victorious virtue. 
1 act 
In Palace plays 

Woman proposes (1839). Queen Victoria. 
1 act 

In Queen's progress 
Wrong door. 1 act 

In Ye fearful saints! 



40 



INDEX TO PLAYS 



Howard, Francis Morton 

Black sheep, a comedy in one act. N.Y. 

French. 1928. 12°. 24p. 
Future arrangements, a comedy in one 

act. N.Y. French. cl929 
Money for nothing! A rural conspiracy 
in one act. N.Y. French. cl932. 12°. 
38p. 
Person responsible, a village drama in 
one act. N.Y. French. cl932. 12°. 
20p. 
Poor old Sam, a pastoral farce in one 
act. N.Y. French. cl928. 12°. 23p. 
Howard, Lorin, joint author. See Ger- 

stenberg, Alice and Howard, Lorin 
Howard, Sidney Coe, 1891- 

Alien corn. N.Y. Scribner. cl931. 12°. 
189p. Artistic temperament. 3 acts 
Same in Famous plays of 1933 

Mantle, B. ed. Best plays 
of 1932-33 (abridged) 
Dodsworth. See Howard, S. C. Sinclair 

Lewis's Dodsworth 
Half gods. N.Y. Scribner. 1930. 12°. 202p. 

Comedy. 9 scenes 
Late Christopher Bean, founded upon 
Prenez garde a la peinture, bv Rene 
Fauchois. N.Y. French. 1933. 12°. 
187p. 3 acts 
Same in Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 
1932-33 (abridged) 
Silver cord. Maternal tyranny. 3 acts 
In Dickinson, T. H. ed. Chief con- 
temporary dramatists, ser. 3 
Mantle, B.'ed. Best plays of 1926- 

27 (condensed) 
Moses, M. J. ed. Dramas of mod- 
ernism and their forerunners 
Tucker, S. M. ed. Twenty-five mod- 
ern plays 
Watson, E. B. and Pressey, B. eds. 
Contemporary drama. American 
plays. V. 1 
Sinclair Lewis's Dodsworth. N.Y. Har- 
court. 1934. 12°. 162p. 
Same in Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 
1933-34 (abridged) 
They knew what they wanted. Comedy. 

3 acts 

In McDermott, J. F. ed. Modern plays 
Yellow jack; a historv. N.Y. Harcourt. 
1934. 12°. 152p. Yellow fever 
Howard de Walden, Thomas Evelyn Scott- 
Ellis, 8th baron, 1880- 
Beauties and the beast. Pantomime. 

4 scenes 

In Five pantomimes 
Bluebeard. Pantomime. 6 scenes 

In Five pantomimes 
Puss and brutes. Pantomime. 3 acts 

In Five pantomimes 
Reluctant dragon. Pantomime. 8 scenes. 

In Five pantomimes 
Sleeping beauty. Pantomime. 4 scenes 

In Five pantomimes 
Howell, Lois 

New bride; a comedy in one act. N.Y. 
French. cl933. 12°. 33p. 



Hsiung, S. I. 

Mencius was a bad boy 
In Bourne, J. ed. Eight new plays for 
boys and girls 
Hubbard, Elbert, 1859-1915 

Some sonnets; year 1588. Shakespeare. 
1 act 
In Philistine 11:74 
Hubbard, Philip 
Crumbs that fall 
In Phillips, LeR. and Johnson, T. eds. 
Types of modern dramatic com- 
position 
Hubbard, Philip E. joint author. See 
Jacobs, William Wymark and Hub- 
bard, Philip E. 
Hudson, Eric 

Unfair sex; a farcical comedy in three 
acts. N.Y. French. cl927. 8°. 92p. 
Hudson, Holland 

Pottery. Beauty. 1 act 
In Shay, F. ed. Fifty more contem- 
porary one-act plays 
Hughes, Babette, 1906- 
Backstage. 1 act 
In Clark, B. H. and Cook, T R. eds. 
One-act plays 
Calf that laid the golden eggs. 1 act 
In Hughes, G. ed. Short plays for 
modern players 
First white woman. 1 act 

In New plays for women and girls 
Liar and the unicorn. Comedy. 1 act 
In Shay, F. ed. Fifty more contem- 
porary one-act plays 
March heir; a comedy in one act 

In One-act plays for stage and study, 
ser. 7 
Murder! murder! murder! 1 act 
In One-act plays for stage and study, 
ser. 6 
No more Americans. Comedy. 1 act 
In One-act plays for stage and study, 
ser. 5 
Please do not pick the flowers. 1 act 

In Yearbook of short plays, ser. 1 
Three players, a fop and a duchess. 
1 act 
In One-act plays for stage and study, 
ser. 4 
Hughes, Glenn, 1894- 

Art and Mrs. Palmer. Farce-comedy. 
1 act 
In One-act plays for stage and study, 
ser. 5 
Babbitt's bov; a comedv in one act. 
N.Y. French. 1933. 12°. 14p. 
Same in One-act plays for stage and 
study, ser. 6 
Cloaks, a fantasv in one act. Boston. 

Baker, 1932. 12°. 25p. 
Eve in Evelyn. Comedy. 1 act 
In Shay, F. ed. Fifty more contem- 
porary one-act plaj-s 
For the love of Michael. Farce. 1 act 
In New plays for women and girls 
Funny business; a frivolous fantasy. 1 
act 
In One-act plays for stage and study, 
ser. 7 



AUTHOR INDEX 



41 



Happiness for six; a comedy in four 

acts. Evanston, 111. Row 
Harlequinade in green and orange; a 
sketch in one act. N.Y. French. 1925. 
12°. 18p. 
Heart of old Kentucky. Folk-play. 1 act 

In New plays for mummers 
Heaven will protect the working girl; 
a comedy in one act. Boston. Baker. 
1931. 12°. 
Killing of Aaron Kale. Mystery. 1 act 

In New plays for mummers 
Komachi, a romantic drama in three acts. 

N.Y. Longmans. 1929. 12°. 86p. 
Lace (a Maeterlinckian play). 1 act 
In Yearbook of short plays, ser. 1 
Lady fingers; a comedy in one act. N.Y. 

French. cl925. 12°." 24p. 
Life on the steppes. Russian tragedy. 
1 act 
In New plays for mummers 
Lucv, the farmer's daughter. Melodrama. 
1 act 
In New plaj's for mummers 
Manners and inanors. Comedy. 1 act 

In New plays for mummers 
Nell of the golden West. Frontier. 1 act 

In New plays for mummers 
None too good for Dodo; a comedy of 
bad manners. N.Y. Appleton. 1929. 
12°. 32p. 1 act 
Pierrot's mother; a fantastic play in one 
act. 12°. 31p. [cl923] Cincinnati. 
Stewart Kidd 
Pretty little Plum-Pit. Romance. 1 act 

In New plays for mummers 
Real Gloria; a comedy in one act. Evans- 
ton, 111. Row 
Red carnations; a comedy in one act. 

N.Y. French. 12p. 
Showing up Mabel; a farce in one act. 

N.Y. French. 1926. 12°. 17p. 
Suspicious drummer. Farce. 1 act 

In New plays for mummers 
Vengeance of Hello-Hello. South seas. 
1 act 
In New plays for mummers 
Whittle. Character. 1 act 
In New plays for mummers 
Hughes, Hatcher 

Hell bent for heaven. Blue Ridge Mts. 
3 acts 
In Cordell, R. A. ed. Representative 
modern plays 
McDermott, J. F. ed. Modern plays 
Tucker, S. M. ed. Modern plays 
Hughes, Hatcher and Rice Elmer, L. 1892- 
Wake up, Jonathan; a comedy in a 
prologue and three acts. N.Y. 
French. cl928. 12°. 98p. 
Hughes, Joseph H. 

Unbeliever; a comedy drama in three 
acts. N.Y. French. cl927. 12°. 69p. 
Hughes, Richard Arthur Warren 

Comedy of danger. Broadcasting. 1 act 
In Shay, F. ed. Fifty more contem- 
porary one-act plays 



Comedy of good and evil; a play. Lon- 
don. Chatto. [1928) 12°. 40-141p. 
3 acts 
Same in Sisters' tragedy, and three 
other plays 
Man born to be hanged. Tragedy. 1 act 
In Sisters' tragedy, and three other 
plays 
Sisters' tragedy. 1 act 

In Sisters' tragedy, and three other 
plays 
Hughes, Rupert, 1872- 
Ambush. 1 act 

In Hughes, G. ed. Short plays for 
modern players 
On the razor edge. Tragi-comedy. 1 act 
In Nicholson, K. ed. Hollywood plays 
Hugo, Victor 

Amy Robsart, a drama in five acts; tr. 
by Ethel Turner Blair and Evelyn 
Blair. Boston. Christopher. [cl933] 
8°. 141p. 
Hulley, Lincoln, 1865- 

Abelard and Heloise. Tragedy. 5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 3 
Adam and Eve. Farce. 3 acts 

In Dramas, v. 18 
Agnes. Farce-comedy. 1 act 

In Dramas, v. 2 
Ananias and Sapphira; or, Is it ever right 
to lie? 3 acts 
In Dramas, v. 9 
Apollo and the muses. 5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 19 
Aristocrats of Charles Town, S. C. His- 
torical. 4 acts 
In Dramas, v. 8 
Artist's colony; or, It's spring! Comedy. 
3 acts 
In Dramas, v. 3 
Asa Steelman. Tragedy. 5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 4 
Bandolero. Comedy. 5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 5 
Bells of St. Mary's. Tragedy. 3 acts 

In Dramas, v. 2 
Beloved bachelor. 5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 5 
Beyond their means. Tragedy. 5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 5 
Boca Raton's mystery. 5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 20 
Bride and bridegroom. Tragedy. 5 acts. 

In Dramas, v. 4 
Brighteyes the witch. 5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 6 
Carlota Santolina of Socorro. Tragedy. 
5 acts 
In Dramas, v. 3 
Cavalier and lady. Comedy. 5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 6 
Cherry cobbler; or, What was wrong 
with Cyrus Winfield? Tragedy. 5 
acts 
In Dramas, v. 1 
Chester [Penn.] mill folk. Tragedy. 5 
acts 
In Dramas, v. 20 
Christopher the peddler. 4 acts 
In Dramas, v. 10 



42 



INDEX TO PLAYS 



Hulley, Lincoln — Continued 

Clarence, you look a million. Comedy. 
4 acts 
In Dramas, v. 12 
Cloverdale's guardian angel. Tragedy. 

3 acts 

In Dramas, v. 6 
Clown. Tragedy. 4 acts 

In Dramas, v. 6 
Comrade in white. 3 acts 

In Dramas, v. 8 
Coral Gables. Comedy. 4 acts 

In Dramas, v. 20 
Coroner's inquest. Tragedy. 1 act 

In Dramas, v. 16 
Costly glories of the higher life. 3 acts 

In Dramas, v. 16 
Cyril the glass of fashion. Farce-comedy. 

4 acts 

In Dramas, v. 9 
Dean of women. Farce-comedy. 5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 3 
Diverse destiny. 5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 7 
Doctor's last visit. 5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 2 
Don Ce-Zar of Pass-a-Grille. 5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 19 
Dream children; a fantasy. 5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 1 
Drum major. Farce-comedy. 5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 18 
Duchess of Dublin. Comedy. 5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 15 
Dutch Anderson; tragedy of lawlessness. 
3 acts 

In Dramas, v. 13 
Eagle's claws. Tragedy. 5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 8 
Eloise chimes. 11 scenes 

In Dramas, v. 10 
Eugenie, the adorable. 5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 11 
Family fortune. Tragedy. 5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 9 
Father Dominick; or, The cathedral's 
shadow. Tragedy. 4 acts 

In Dramas, v. 12 
Ferguson's fear. Tragedy. 5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 17 
Fifi the fairy. 5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 9 
Garibaldi's namesake. Tragedy. 5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 18 
Gerald to Geraldine. Tragedy. 5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 15 
Ghost parade. Comedy. 5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 17 
Ginger McGillicuddy. 5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 16 
Glenwood tragedy. 4 acts 

In Dramas, v. 19 
God's servant, Job. 5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 16 
Good Samaritan. 3 acts 

In Dramas, v. 7 
Gretna Green. Comedy. 5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 17 



Harvey's dilemma; or, Alice or Josephine. 
5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 5 
Ingratitude. Tragedy. 5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 14 
Jesus of Nazareth. Passion play. 1 act 
• hi Dramas, v. 9 
Joan of Arc. Tragedy. 5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 4 
Jonathan's quest. Comedy. 3 acts 

In Dramas, v. 14 
Jungle king. 3 acts 

In Dramas, v. 13 
Killiebegs. Irish comedj'. 5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 13 
Laughter of God. 5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 14 
Lily maid of Shulem. 5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 10 
Lord Ashton's triumph. Tragedy. 5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 16 
Lotus-eaters. 5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 20 
Love found a way. 5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 1 
Magic King; or, Ferdinand and Isabella. 
Fantasy. 5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 14 
Major Avery, the chameleon. Comedy. 
5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 11 
Mary of dreams; or, Born by request. 
3 acts 

In Dramas, v. 7 
Mirage. Comedy. 5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 14 
Miser of Eaglesmere; or. Foxy Gilder- 
sleeve. Tragedy. 5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 7 
Monkey Doodle Do; or, A monkey 
dude'U do. Farce-comedy. 5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 8 
Monomaniac. Tragedy. 3 acts 

In Dramas, v. 18 
Monte Carlo. Tragedy. 5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 2 
Mother o' mine. Comedy. 3 acts 

In Dramas, v. 12 
O for a day with Julia! Comedy. 3 acts 

hi Dramas, v. 13 
Obadiah Gilpin, sky pilot. 5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 19 
O'Hara's love-child. Comedy. 5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 4 
Pan and the nymphs. Fantasy. 5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 20 
Pirates of Key West. 3 acts 

In Dramas, v. 10 
Potter's wheel. Tragedy. 5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 18 
Prodigal son. 4 acts 

In Dramas, v. 15 
Pygmalion and Galatea. 5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 4 
Python eggs. Tragedy. 5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 6 
Raphael of Teresina. Comedy. 5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 11 
Rivals on the Styx. Farce-comedy. 4 
acts 

In Dramas, v. 15 



AUTHOR INDEX 



43 



Robin Hood, gentleman outlaw. Comedy. 
5 acts 
In Dramas, v. 2 
Rose o' my heart. 4 acts 

In Dramas, v. 11 
Saint Mary Magdalen. 5 acts 

hi Dramas, v. 17 
San Gabriel's sun-dial. Tragedy. 5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 12 
Santa Claus and Mother Goose. Comedy. 
5 acts 
In Dramas, v. 15 
Sister Felicity. 5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 3 
Splendor of God. Tragedy. 5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 19 
Sport of the gods. Tragedy. 5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 17 
Spread eagle. Tragedy. 5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 5 
Squire William; or, The fall of the 
house of Munson. 5 acts 
In Dramas, v. 10 
Suwanee river Jim. Comedy. 5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 7 
Tomorrow. 3 acts 
In Dramas, v. 14 
Valley Forge. Historical. 5 acts 

In Dramas, v. 1 
Widow's third. Comedy. 3 acts 

/;; Dramas, v. 1 
Wise fool. Morality play. 4 acts 

In Dramas, v. 12 
Woman at the well. 5 acts 
In Dramas, v. 11 
Humphrey, Maude, 1868- 
Immersion. 1 act 
In Baker, G. P. ed. Yale one-act plays 
Hunting, Ema Suckow 

Double dummy; a comedietta in one act. 
Boston. Baker. 1917. 12°. I3p. 
In Johnson, T. ed. More plays in 
miniature 
Hurrie, Jane, joint author. See Andreas, 

Eulalie and Hurrie, Jane 
Huston, John 

Frankie and Johnny. N.Y. Boni. cl929. 
8°. 160p. 3 scenes, prologue and 
epilogue. Melodrama 
Hutchins, Will, joint author. See Warren, 

Prescott and Hutchins, Will 
Hutchinson, Harold and Williams, Margery 
Out of the night, a mystery comedy in 
three acts. N.Y. French. cl929. 12° 
131p. 
Huxley, Aldous Leonard, 1894- 

Albert: Prince Consort. Historical. 1 
act 
In Golden Hind 1. No. 4:13 
Ambassador of Capripedia. 1 act 

In Golden Hind 2. No. 3:9 
Among the nightingales. [A one-act 
play] 
In Smart Set 63:71 
World of light, a comedy in three acts. 
Garden City, N.Y. Doubleday. 1931. 
12°. 104p. 
Hyakuzo, Kurata, 1891- 

Priest and his disciples; a play; tr. from 
the Japanese by Glenn W. Shaw. 
N.Y. Benn. 1927. 12°. 246p. 



Hyde, Douglas 

Lost saint. Irish folklore. 1 act 

In Johnson, T. ed. Miniature plays for 
stage and study 
Twisting of the rope. Comedy. 1 act 
In Canfield, C. ed. Plays of the Irish 
renaissance 
Hyde, F. Austin 

Wireless and sich-like. 1 act 

In Hampden, J. ed. Seven modern 
plays for younger players 
Hymer, John B. and Clemens, LeRoy 
Alias the deacon; a comedy in a prologue 
and three acts. N.Y. French. cl928. 
12°. 119p. 
Ibbotson, Machon 
Black dogs, a play in one act. London. 
Deane. 1929. 12°. 23p. 
Ibsen, Henrik, 1828-1906 

Doll's house. Social. 3 acts 
In McDermott, J. F. ed. Modern plays 
Watson, E. B. and Pressey, B. eds. 
Contemporary drama. European 
plays. V. 1 
Enemy of the people. Social. 5 acts 
In Whitman, C. H. ed. Seven contem- 
porary plays 
Ghosts. Eugenics. 3 acts 
In Steeves, H. R. ed. Plays from the 
modern theatre 
Hedda Gabler. Social 
In LeGallienne, E. ed. Eva LeGal- 
lienne's civic repertory plays 
Ilsley, Samuel Marshall, 1863- 

Feast of the Holy Innocents, a play in 
one act. N.Y. French. [1930i 12°. 
28p. 
In Clark, B. H. and Nicholson, K. eds. 
American scene 
Teacher; a play in three acts. Santa 
Barbara, Cal. Pacific coast pub. co. 
1928. 12°. 105p. 
Ingersoll, Patsy Grey 

Troupers. Actors. 1 act 

In Nicholson, K. ed. Hollywood plays 
Ingram, Kenneth, 1882- 

Out of darkness; a drama of Flanders. 
London. Chatto. 1927. 12°. 312p. 
Ireland, D. L. joint author. See Smith, E. 

E. and Ireland, D. L. 
Isaacs, E. S. and Albert, Rose 
Release. 3 acts 
In Hughes, H. et al. eds. Copy, 1928 
Jacobs, William Wymark, 1863- 

Distant relative, a comedy in one act. 

N.Y. French. cl930. 12°. 21p. 
Dixon's return, a comedv in one act. 

N.Y. French. cl932. ' 12°. 22p. 
Master mariners, a comedy in one act. 

N.Y. French. cl930. 12°. 22p. 
Matrimonial openings, a comedv in one 

act. N.Y. French. cl931. 12'°. 22p. 
Warming pan, a comedy in one act. 
N.Y. French. 1929. 12°. 23p. 

Jacobs, William Wymark and Hubbard, 
Philip E. 
Love passage, a comedy in one act 
In Pence, R. W. ed. Dramas by 
present-day writers 



44 



INDEX TO PLAYS 



Jagendorf, Moritz Adolf, 1888- 
Dick Whittington. Juvenile 
In Pantomimes for the children's 
theatre 
Gilone and Gillette. Juvenile 
In Pantomimes for the children's 
theatre 
Gnomes' workshop. Juvenile 
In Pantomimes for the children's 
theatre 
Merry Tyll. 1 act 

In Jagendorf, M. A. ed. Nine short 
plays 
Pie and the tart. 1 act 

In One-act plays for stage and study, 
ser. 6 
Pierrot and Columbine on Little West 
Jones street. Juvenile 
In Pantomimes for the children's 
theatre 
James, Grace 

Cucumber king; a Chinese play for ju- 
venile performers. N.Y. French. 
cl924. 12°. 41p. 
Jellyfish, a play in one act. N.Y. French. 

cl931. 12°. 46p. 
Pork pie hat; a Victorian play in two 
acts for girls. N.Y. French. cl922. 
8°. 30p. 
Janney, Sam [Samuel MacPherson Janney] 
1892- 
Amateur detective; a play. Boston. 

cl933. 12°. 
Black flamingo; a plav in three acts. N.Y. 

French. cl930. 12°. 96p. 
Expense no object, a play in three acts. 

Boston. Baker. 1918. 12°. 84p. 
Loose ankles; a comedy in three acts. 

N.Y. Longmans. 1928. 12°. 117p. 
Mr. Kelley from Kalamazoo, a farce in 
three acts. Boston. Baker. 1912. 12°. 
71p. 
Picking a winner, a farce in three acts. 

Boston. Baker. 1914. 12°. 45p. 
This is so sudden! A farce in one act. 
Boston. Baker. 1915. 12°. ISp. 
Janney, Samuel MacPherson. See Janney, 

Sam 
Jennings, Gertrude E. 

Between the soup and the savoury. 1 
act 
In Marriott, J. W. ed. One-act plays 
of to-day. ser. 3 
Bride. 1 act 

In Marriott, J. W. ed. Best one-act 
plays of 1931 
Five birds in a cage. 1 act 
In Marriot, J. W. ed. One-act plays 
of to-day. ser. 4 
Helping hands, a farce in one act. N.Y. 

French cl930. 12°. 33p. 
Pearly gates, a comedy in one act. N.Y. 

French. cl932. 12°. 30p. 
Spot; a comedy for two people. N.Y. 

French. cl927. 12°. 22p. 1 act 
These pretty things, a farcical comedy 
in three acts. N.Y. French. cl930. 
8°. 74p. 



Job, Thomas 

Giants in the earth, a tragedy [drama- 
tization of R^lvaag's novel]. N.Y. 
Harper. 1929. 12°. I55p. 3 acts and 
prologue 
Johnson, Georgia Douglas 
Blue blood. Negro. 1 act 
In Shay, F. ed. Fifty more contem- 
porary one-act plays 
Plumes. Negro. 1 act 
In Locke, A. Le R. and Gregory, M. 
eds. Plays of Negro life 
Johnson, Mabel P. 

Fashion show; a play in one act. N.Y. 
French. 1927. 12°. 25p. 
Johnson, Philip 

Afternoon; a plav in one act. Oxford. 
Blackwell. 1928. 12°. 40p. Also 
French. N.Y. 
April shower; a further incident in the 
lives of the spinsters of Lushe. 1 act 
In Hampden, J. ed. Four new plays 
for women and girls 
Cage 

In Four plays 
Good and the bad 

In Four plays 
Legend; a play in one act. Oxford. 

Blackwell. 1928. 12°. 36p. 
Long shadows 

In Four plays 
Lovely miracle. 1 act 
In Four plays 

Marriott, J. W. ed. One-act plays 
of to-day. ser. 5 
Queer cattle, a play in three acts. Lon- 
don. Benn. 1931. 12°. 112p. 
Sad about Europe; a comedy in one act. 

N.Y. French. 1932. 12°. 34p. 

Send her victorious! A farcical study in 

one act. N.Y. French. cl933. 12°. 41p. 

Spinsters of Lushe; a comedy in one act 

In Hampden, J. ed. Four modern plays 

Johnston, Denis 

Moon in the Yellow river; a play in 
three acts. N.Y. French. [cl931] 12°. 
I54p. Problem 
Same in Moon in the Yellow river and 
The old lady says "No!" 
Old lady says "No!" 
In Moon in the Yellow river, and The 
old lady says "No!" 
Johnston, G. W. 
Grill 
In Twelve one-act plays 
Jones, Henry Arthur, 1851-1929 

Dolly reforming herself. Comedy. 4 
acts 
In Chandler, F. W. and Cordell, R. A. 
eds. Twentieth century plays 

Goal. Death. 1 act 

In Clark, B. H. ed. Representative 
one-act plays by British and Irish 
authors 
Pence, R. W. ed. Dramas by pres- 
ent-day writers 



AUTHOR INDEX 



45 



Knife; a drama in one act. N.Y. French. 

18p. 
Liars. Comedy. 4 acts 

In Marriott, J. W. ed. Great modern 
British plays 
Michael and his lost angel. Social. 5 
acts 
In Dickinson, T. H. ed. Chief con- 
temporary dramatists, ser. 3 
Mrs. Dane's defence. Social. 4 acts 
In Cordell, R. A. ed. Representative 
modern plays 
Jordan, Ethel Blair 

What becomes of it. Red Cross. 2 acts 
In Schaulller, R. H. and Sanford, A. P. 
eds. Plays for our American 
holidays, v. 4 
Joseph, Mrs. Helen (Haiman) 

Ali Baba and the forty thieves. Juvenile 

In Ali Baba, and other plays 
Beauty and the beast. Juvenile 

In Ali Baba, and other plays 
Coat of many colors. Juvenile 
In Ali Baba, and other plays 
Little Mr. Clown; the adventures of a 
marionette. N.Y. Harcourt. [cl932] 
12°. 190p. 
Princesses; a symbolic drama for 
marionettes. Cincinnati. Stewart 
Kidd. (cl923] 12°. 34p. 
Judge, James P. 

Square crooks; a comedy mystery p\^y. 
N.Y. Longmans. 1927. 12°. 126p. 
Kaiser, Georg, 1878- 

Coral. Expressionistic. 5 acts 
In Tucker, S. M. ed. Modern con- 
tinental plays 
Tucker, S. M. ed. Twenty-five mod- 
ern plays 
Fire in the opera house 
In Katzin, W. ed. Eight European 
plays 

From morn to midnight. Mystery. 7 
scenes 
In Dickinson, T. H. ed. Chief contem- 
porary dramatists, ser. 3 
Moses, M. J. ed. Dramas of mod- 
ernism and their forerunners 
Gas I-II. Expressionistic. 5 acts 

In Tucker, S. M. ed. Modern con- 
tinental plays 
Kallas, A. 

Bath-sheba of Saaremaa. 1 act 
In Bourne, J. ed. 8 new one-act plays 
for 1934 

Phantom lover, a play in three acts. tr. 
by Herman Bernstein and Adolph 
Meyer. N.Y. Brentano's. 1928. 12°. 
llOp. Sex 

Kauffmann, Stanley 

Red-handkerchief man; a play in three 
acts. N.Y. French. cl933. 12°. 56p. 

Kaufman, George S. 1889- 

Still alarm. Comedy. 1 act 
In One-act plays for stage and study, 
ser. 6 



Kaufman, George S. 1889- and Connelly, 
Marc C. 1890- 
Beggar on horseback. Satire. 2 pts. 
In Cordell, R. A. ed. Representative 
modern plays 
Watson, E. B. and Pressey, B. eds. 
Contemporary drama. American 
plays. V. 1 
Merton of the movies. Comedy. 4 acts 
In Pence, R. W. ed. Dramas by pres- 
ent-day writers 
To the ladies. Comedy. 3 acts 

In Tucker, S. M. ed. Modern Ameri- 
can and British plaj's 
Kaufman, George S. 1889- and Ferber, 
Edna, 1887- 
Dinner at eight. Garden City, N.Y. 
Doubleday. 1932. 12°. 259p. Social 
comedy. 3 acts 
Same in Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 
1932-33 (abridged) 
Royal familv; a comedy in three acts. 
Garden City, N.Y. Doubleday. 1928. 
12°. 280p. Also French. N.Y. (act- 
ing edition) 
Same in Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 
1927-28 (abridged) 
Kaufman, George S. 1889- and Hart, Moss 
Merrily we roll along; a play. N.Y. 
Random House. 1914. 8°. 211p. 3 
acts 
Once in a lifetime; a comedy. N.Y. Far- 
rar. [cl930i 12°. 236p. 3 acts 
Same in Famous plays of 1932 

Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 
1930-31 (abridged) 
Kaufman, George S. 1889- and Mankie- 
wicz, Herman J. 
Good fellow; a play in three acts. N.Y. 
French. 1931. 12°. lllp. 
Kaufman, George S. 1889- and Ryskind, 
Morrie 
Let 'em eat cake; a sequel to "Of thee 
I sing"; a musical play. N.Y. Knopf. 
[1933] 12°. 241p. 2 acts 
Of thee I sing; a musical play . . . with 
a foreword by George Jean Nathan. 
N.Y. Knopf. 1932. 12°. 214p. Satire. 
3 acts 
Same in Famous plays of 1933 

Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 
1931-32 (abridged) 
Kaufman, Hazel Sharrard 

Little black Sambo. Juvenile. 3 scenes 
In Moses, M. J. ed. Ring up the 
curtain! 
Kaye-Smith, Sheila (Mrs. Theodore Penrose 
Fry) 
Child born at the plough. Nativity play. 
1 act 
In Saints in Sussex 
Shepherd of Lattenden. Passion play. 
1 act 
In Saints in Sussex 
Kaye-Smith, Sheila and Hampden, John 
Mrs. Adis. (Founded on short story of 
same name) Tragedy. 1 act 
In Mrs. Adis . . . with the mockbeggar 
Hampden, J. ed. Ten modern plays 
One-act plays for stage and study, 
ser. 5 



46 



INDEX TO PLAYS 



Keener, Sara 

Gray switch. Psychological. 1 act 
In Lewis, B. R. ed. University of Utah 
plavs 
Kelly, George [Edward] 1887- 

Behold the bridegroom. Boston. Little. 
1928. 12°. 172p. 3 acts 
Same in Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 
1927-28 (abridged) 
Craig's wife. Marriage. 3 acts 
In Moses, M. J. ed. Dramas of mod- 
ernism and their forerunners 
Daisy Mayme. Comedy. 3 acts 
In Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 1926- 
27 (abridged) 
Flattering word. Satire. 1 act 
In Cohen, H. L. ed. One-act plays by 
modern authors. 1934 edition 
Philip goes forth, a plav in three acts. 
N.Y. French. 1931. 12°. 211p. Comedy 
Kelly, Mary- 
Spell. Playlet for 2 women. 1 act 
In Hampden, J. ed. Three modern 
plays and a mime 
Kemp, Harry, 1883- 

Boccaccio's untold tale. 1 act 

In Eight one-act plays 
Don Juan's Christmas eve. Miracle. 1 
act 
In Shay, F. ed. Fifty more contem- 
porary one-act plays 
Dramatic art [A Viennese fantasv]. 1 act 

In Smart Set 74:41 
Prodigal son. Comedy. 1 act 

In Smart Set 52:83 
White hawk. 1 act 

In Goldstone, G. A. ed. One-act plays 
Kemp, Thomas C. 

Supremacy; a plav in three acts. Lon- 
don. Allen. [1932] 12°. 91p. Henrv 
VIII 
Kennedy, Aubrey, joint author. See Ours- 

ler, Fulton and Kennedy, Aubrey 
Kennedy, Charles O'Brien 

Man with the iron jaw. 1 act 
In Hughes, G. ed. Short plays for 
modern players 
Men, women and goats. 1 act 
In One-act plays for stage and study, 
ser. 6 
Kennedy, Charles Rann, 1871- 
Admiral. Columbus 

In Repertory of plays for a company 
of three players, v. 1 
Army with banners. Peace. 5 acts 
In Repertory of plays for a company 
of seven players 
Chastening. Jesus Christ 
In Repertory of plays for a company 
of three players, v. 1 
Crumbs. Resurrection. 5 acts 
In Repertory of plays for a company 
of three players, v. 2 
Flaming ministers. The depression. 5 
acts 
In Repertory of plays for a company 
of three players, v. 2 
Fool from the hills. Fantasy. 5 acts 
In Repertory of plays for a company 
of seven players 



Francis Beaumont; a tragedy. Birming- 
ham. J. Guest [18- ] 72p. 
Idol breaker. Freedom. 5 acts 

In Repertory of plays for a company 
of seven players 
Necessary evil. Prostitution. 1 act 
In Repertory of plays for a company 
of seven players 
Old nobody. War. 5 acts 
In Repertory of plays for a company 
of three players, v. 2 
Rib of the man. War. 5 acts 
In Repertory of plays for a company 
of seven players 
Salutation. Dante 
In Repertory of plays for a company 
of three players, v. 1 
Servant in the house. Jesus Christ. 5 
acts 
In Repertory of plays for a company 
of seven players 
Terrible meek. Jesus Christ. 1 act 
In Repertory of plays for a company 
of seven players 
Winterfeast. Symbolic. 5 acts 

In Repertory of plays for a company 
of seven players 
Kester, Katharine 
Bargains. 1 act 
In Johnson, T. ed. Miniature plays 
for stage or study 
Christmas child comes in: a play in two 
acts. Boston. Baker. 1925. 12°. 49p. 
[Dramatization of Zona Gale's story, 
Christmas] 
Love and lather. 1 act 
In Johnson, T. ed. Miniature plays 
for stage or study 
Kester, Paul, 1870- 

Beverly's balance, a comedy in three acts. 

N.Y. Longmans. 1928. 12°. 93p. 
Don Quixote, a dramatization of Cer- 
vantes' novel. N.Y. French. cl930. 
12°. 133p. 
Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall; a ro- 
mantic drama in four acts; adapted 
from the novel by Charles Major. 
N.Y. French. cl929. 12°. 102p. 
Friend Hannah; a comedy in four acts. 

N.Y. French. cl928. 'l2°. 91p. 
Sweet Nell of old Drury; a comedy in 
four acts. N.Y. French. cl928. 12°. 
82p. 
Tom Sawyer; a play in four acts, founded 
on the story by S. L. Clemens. N.Y. 
French. cl932. 106p. 
When knighthood was in flower; a play 
in four acts; dramatized from the 
novel by Charles Major. N.Y. French. 
cl931. 12°. lOlp. 
Kester, Paul, 1870- and Lewers, William 
Course of true love; a comedy in four 
acts. N.Y. French. cl930. 12° 97p. 
Kidder, Edward E. 1849?-1927 

Peaceful valley, the famous plaj' in three 
acts, precisely as given by the late 
Sol Smith Russell. N.Y. French. 
1911. 12°. 83p. 



AUTHOR INDEX 



47 



Run for her money, a comedy in three 
acts. Chicago. Denison. icl927] 12°. 
90p. 
Kidder, Edward E. 1849P-1927 and Kidder, 
Augusta Raymond 
Bridge party, a kindly social satire in 
one act. N.Y. French. cl927. 12°. 25p. 
Bungalow bride; a one-act comedy with 
dramatic comments. N.Y. French 
cl926. 12°. 24p. 
College Cinderella, an original three act 

play. N.Y. French. cl915. 12°. 65p. 
Hollyhock house; the tale of a pretty 
typist; a one-act playlet. N.Y. 
French. 1928. 12°. 23p. 
Stage struck, a breezy comedietta of 
these times in one act. N.Y. French. 
cl926. 12°. 27p. 
Kilpatrick, Florence A. 

Camilla in a caravan; a comedy of the 
open road. London. Nash. [1925j 12°. 
254p. 
Virginia's husband, a farcical comedy in 
three acts. N.Y. French. cl931. 
12°. 92p. 
King, Frank, joint author. See Hines, 

Leonard J. and King, Frank 
Kingsbury, Sara R. 

Our Christ liveth; an Easter play in 
three acts. N.Y. Abingdon Press. 
[cl930i 8°. 24p. 
Voice of Montezuma 

In Dickon goes to the fair, and other 
plays 
Kingsley, Sidney 

Men in white; a play in three acts. N.Y. 
Covici. [cl933i 12°. 137p. Hospital 
Same in Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 
1933-34 (abridged) 
Kirchon, V. See Kirshon, Vladimir Alik- 

hailovich 
Kirkland, John 

Tobacco road; a three act play from the 
novel bv Erskine Caldwell. N.Y. 
Viking. i934. 12°. 176p. Poor whites 
Kirkpatrick, John Alexander, 1895- 

Ada beats the drum, a comedy in three 
acts. N.Y. French. cl930. 12°. 
lOlp. 
"Charm"; a comedv in three acts. N.Y. 

French. cl926.' 12°. 103p. 
Green eyes from Romany; a comedy in 
one act 
In New plays for women and girls 
Love expert, a comedy in three acts. 

N.Y. French. cl930. 12°. 98p. 
Romance is a racket, a farce comedv in 
one act. N.Y. French. [cl932i 12°.'48p. 
Tea-pot on the rocks; a comedy in one 
act 
In One-act plays for stage and study. 
ser. 7 
Theme song for the married; a farce 
in one act. N.Y. French. [1932] 12°. 
Sip. 
Wedding. 1 act 

In One-act plays for stage and study. 
ser. 4 



Woman who understood men. 1 act 
In One-act plays for stage and study, 
ser. 6 
Women-folks; a comedy in one act. 
N.Y. French. cl928. 12°. 35p. 
Kirshon, Vladimir Mikhailovich and Us- 
penskii, Andrei Vasil'evich 
Red rust; adapted from the Russian by 
Virginia and Frank Vernon. N.Y. 
Brentano's. 1930. 12°. 182p. Soviet 
Russia 
Knoblock, Edward, 1874- 

My lady's lace (one scene from My 
lady's dress). Comedy. 1 act 
In Webber, J. P. and Webster, H. H. 
eds. One-act plays for secondary 
schools 
Knoblock, Edward, 1874- and Nichols, Bev- 
erly, 1889- 
Evensong, a play in three acts, adapted 
from the novel of Beverly Nichols. 
N.Y. French. cl932. 8°. 90p. 
Knoblock, Edward, joint author. See Ben- 
nett, Arnold and Knoblock, Edward 
Knox, Ethel Louise 

Twelfth night festivities. Twelfth night. 
1 act 
In Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, A. P. 
eds. Plays for our American 
holidays, v. 2 
Knox, Florence Clay 

For distinguished service. Comedy. 1 
act 
In Johnson, T. ed. Miniature plays 
for stage or study 
Many happy returns of the day; a com- 
edy in one act. N.Y. Longmans. 
cl929. 12°. 29p. 
Matrimonial fog, a comedy in one act. 
Boston. Baker. 1918. 19p. 
Kosor, Josip 

Passion's furnace. 4 acts 

In Poet Lore 41:459 
Woman. 3 acts 

In Poet Lore 41:317 
Kotzebue, August Friedrich Ferdinand von, 
1761-1819 
Dead nephew (Der tote Neffe). Comedy 
1 act 
In Poet Lore 38:160 
Man who couldn't talk; a comedy in one 

In Poet Lore 40:223 
Nightcap of the prophet Elias. Farce. 
1 act 
In Poet Lore 40:391 
Old love affair. (Die alte Liebeschaften) 
Comedy. 1 act 
In Poet Lore 38:220 
Our Frank (Unser Fritz). Foster-child. 
1 act 
In Poet Lore 38:206 
Pharaoh's daughter. 1 act 
In Webber, J. P. and Webster, H. H. 
eds. Typical plays for secondary 
schools 
Quakers. Historical. 1 act 

In Poet Lore 38:177 
Seven one act dramas 
In Poet Lore 38:159 



48 



INDEX TO PLAYS 



Kotzebue, A. F. F. von — Continued 

Turkish ambassador. (Turkische Ge- 
sandte). 1 act 
In Poet Lore 38:192 
Walled-up window (Das zugemauerte 
Fenster). Comedy. 1 act 
In Poet Lore 38:246 
Watch and the almond tart (Die Uhr 
und die Mandeltorte). 1 act 
In Poet Lore 38:240 
Krasna, Norman 

Louder, please, a play in three acts. 
N.Y. French. cl932. 12°. 113p. 
Kreymborg, Alfred, 1883- 

Brother Bill. A little play from Har- 
lem. 1 act 
In Isaacs, E. J. ed. Plays of Ameri- 
can life and fantasy 
One-act plays for stage and study. 

ser. 4 
Theatre Arts M 11:299 
I'm not complaining; a Kaffeeklatsch. 
1 act 
In New plays for women and girls 
Lima beans, a scherzo-play in one act. 

N.Y. French. 1925. 12°. 21p. 
Limping along. Patriotic duo. 1 act 
In One-act plays for stage and study. 
ser. 5 
Manikin and Minikin, a bisque play in 
one act. N.Y. French. 1925. 12°. 
20p. 
In Webber, J. P. and Webster, H. H. 
eds. One-act plays for secondary 
schools 
Trap doors. Travesty. 1 act 

In Isaacs, E. J. ed. Plays of American 
life and fantasy 
Kummer, Mrs. Clare (Beecher) 

"Good gracious, Annabelle." Farce- 
comedy. 3 acts 
In Mantle, B. and Sherman, G. P. eds. 
Best plays of 1909-1919 
Her master's voice. Comedy. 3 acts 
In Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 1933- 
34 (abridged) 
Pomeroy's past; a comedy in three acts. 

N.Y. French. cl926. 12°. 103p. 
So's your old antique, a comedy in one 
act. N.Y. French. cl928. 12°. 29p. 
Same in One-act plays for stage and 
study, ser. 4 
Landman, Isaac, 1880- and Landman, 
Michael Lewis, 1883- 
Man of honor; a drama in three acts. 
N.Y. French. cl928. 12°. lllp. 
Langner, Lawrence and Langner, Armina 
(Marshall) 
Pursuit of happiness. N.Y. French. 1934. 
12°. 191p. Comedy 
Lardner, Ring W. 1885-1933 and Kaufman, 
George S. 1889- 
June moon; a comedv in a prologue and 
three acts. N.Y. French. 1930. 
8°. 187p. Also Scribner 
Same in Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 
1929-30 (abridged) 



Larkin, Margaret 

El Cristo. Religious. 1 act 
In Eastman, F. ed. Modern religious 
dramas 
Larrimore, Lida, pseud. (Lida Larrimore 
Turner) 
Cousin Julia's jade ear-ring, a comedy in 
two acts. Philadelphia. Penn. 1923. 
16° 
Third floor front. Philadelphia. Penn. 
1928. 12° 
In Prize plays of 1928 
Yesterday's roses; a comedy in three 
acts and a prologue. Philadelphia. 
Penn. 1927. 12°. 88p. 
Same in Prize plays of 1927 
Lavedan, Henri [Leon Emile] 1859- 

King's pet (La chienne du roi). Madame 
du Barry. 1 act 
In Vernon, V. and F. eds. Modern 
one-act plays from the French 
Laverack, Belle Radcliffe 

Bells of the Madonna [a play in three 
acts]. Boston. Beacon press. 1934. 
12°. 55p. 
Lawrence, R. B. 

Decision at dawn, a one-act George 
Washington play. N.Y. Longmans. 
1932. 12°. 32p. 
Lawson, John Howard 
Gentlewoman 

In With a reckless preface 
International, a New playwright's theatre 
production. N.Y. Macauley. 1928. 
12°. 276p. 
Processional. American life. 4 acts 
In Watson, E. B. and Pressey, B. eds. 
Contemporary drama. American 
plays, v. 1 
Pure in heart 

In With a reckless preface 
Success story. N.Y. Farrar. 1932. 12°. 
245p. 3 acts. Character 
Lay, Ellen, joi}it author. See Stout, N. and 

Lay, Ellen 
Lecocq, Alexandre Charles, 1832-1911 

Daughter of Madame Angot. Directory. 
3 acts 
In Plays of the Moscow art theatre 
musical studio 
Lee, Charles James, 1870- 

Banns of marriage; a play in one act. 

N.Y. French. 1927. 12°. 46p. 
Mr. Sampson; a play in one act. N.Y. 
French. 1927. 12°. 46p. 
LeGallienne, Eva and Friebus, Florida 
Alice in Wonderland. Adapted from 
Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland. 
N.Y. French. cl932. 12°. 137p. 2pts. 
Leighton, George Ross 

Solemn pride. Civil war. 1 act 
In Webber, J. P. and Webster, H. H. 
eds. One-act plays for secondary 
schools 
Leivick, H. 
Golem. 1 act 
In White, B. F. trans. Nine one-act 
plays from the Yiddish 



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Lenormand, Henri Rene, 1882- 

Coward. (Le lache.) Espionage. 4 acts 
In Three plavs 

Chandler, 'F. W. and Cordell, R. A. 
Twentieth century plays 
Dream doctor. (Le niangeur de reves) 
Tragedy. 3 acts 
In Three plays 

Moses, M. J. ed. Dramas of mod- 
ernism and their forerunners 
Man and his phantoms (L'homme et ses 
fantomes). Dissolute life. 4 acts 
In Three plays 
Time is a dream. Relativity. 6 scenes 
In Dickinson, T. H. ed. Chief con- 
temporary dramatists, ser. 3 
Leonard, Martia 

Immortal beloved, a fantastic possibility 
in one act. N.Y. French. cl927. 
12°. 19p. 
Lester, Elliott 

Take my advice; or, A helping hand; an 
American comedy in three acts. N.Y. 
French. cl928. 12°. 116p. 
Levin, Z. 

Doctor's first operation. 1 act 
In White, B. F. trans. Nine one-act 
plays from the Yiddish 
Levinger, Mrs. Elma Ehrlich, 1887- 

Burden; a play in one act. Boston. 

Baker. 1918. 12°. 32p. 
Cow with wings. Domestic comedy. 1 
act 
In Clark, B. H. and Nicholson, K. eds. 
American scene, 1930 
Great hope. Modern plav 

In Stratford J 5:231 
Return of the prodigal; a one-act play 
based on a certain parable in Luke 
. . . Boston. Pilgrim press. [cl927] 
12°. 27p. [Awarded first prize in 
the 1925 religious drama contest held 
by the Drama league of America] 
Tenth man. A play in one act. Bos- 
ton. Baker. [1913i 12°. 32p. 
Levy, Benn Wolf, 1900- 

Art and Mrs. Bottle. Comedy 

In Art and Mrs. Bottle; and Mrs. 
Moonlight 
Devil passes; a religious comedy in three 
acts and a prologue. N.Y. French. 
1932. 12°. 116p. [Pub. in England un- 
der title "The devil"] 
Same in Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 
1931-32 (abridged) 
Mrs. Moonlight, a piece of pastiche. 3 
acts 
In Art and Mrs. Bottle; and Mrs. 
Moonlight 
Famous plays of to-day 
Mud & treacle; or. The course of true 
love; a shameless tract in three acts 
and a post-dated prologue. London. 
Gollancz. 1928. 12°. 128p. 
Springtime for Henry; a farce in three 
acts. N.Y. French. 1932. 12°. 
llOp. 
This woman business; a play. London. 
Benn. 1932. 128p. 



Levy, Benn Wolf, 1900- and Van Druten, 
John, 1902- 
Hollywood holiday; an extravagant com- 
edy. London. "Seeker. 1931. 12°. 139p. 
Lewis, D. Bevan Wyndham 
At the mule. Villon. 1 act 
In Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, A. P. 
eds. Plays for our American holi- 
days. V. 4 
Lewisohn, Ludwig, 1882- 

Adam; a dramatic history. N.Y. Har- 
per. 1929. 12°. 99p. Prologue, seven 
scenes and epilogue 
Lezama, Antonio de and Meneses, Enrique 
de 
Wasted lives; a comedy in four acts 
In Poet Lore 41:159 
Libin, Z. 

Colleagues. 1 act 
In White, B. F. trans. Nine one-act 
plays from the Yiddish 
Lindsay, Howard and Robinson, Bertrand 
Tommy; a comedy in three acts. N.Y. 

French. 1928. 12°. 140p. 
Your Uncle Dudley. N.Y. French. 
cl930. 12°. 135p. 
Lines, Leonard J. and King, Frank 

Arrow by day, a play in one act. N.Y. 
French. cl931. 12°. 23p. 
Lipscomb, W. P. and Minney, J. R. 
Clive of India. Historical 
In Famous plays of 1933-34 
Lipskeroff, Constantin, 1899- 

Carmencita and the soldier. Lyric trag- 
edy. 4 acts 
In Plays by the Moscow Art Theatre 
musical studio (1925) 
Lloyd, Harold Clayton, 1894- 

American comedy. N.Y. Longmans. 
1928. 8°. 204p. 3 acts 
Lloyd, Richard Ernest, 1875- 
Beyond the road. African 

In Two African plays 
Up the road. African 
In Two African plays 
Longnecker, E. B. 
References 
In Prize plays of 1928 
Lonsdale, Frederick, 1881- 

Canaries sometimes sing; a comedy in 
three acts. N.Y. French. cl931. 
8°. 68p. 
Fake, a play in three acts. N.Y. French. 

1931. 8°. 59p. 
High road. London. Collins. (cl927) 12°. 

I58p. 
Last of Mrs. Chevney; a comedy in three 
acts. N.Y. French. 1929. 8°. 91p. 
On approval, a comedy. London. Col- 
lins. [1927] 12°. 136p. 
Spring cleaning. London. Gollancz. 

[1925] 12°. 168p. Comedy. 3 acts 
Street singer, a musical play in three 
acts. London. French. cl929. 75p 
Lord, Daniel Aloysius, 1888- 

Fantasy of the passion. St. Louis. 
Queen's work press. cl929. 12°. 80p. 
Loring, E. 

Where's Peter? 
In Prize plays of 1928 



50 



INDEX TO PLAYS 



Loving, Boyce 

Gay; a comedy in three acts. N.Y. 

French. cl933. 12°. 93p. 
Pedagogue; a comedy in three acts. 

Evanston. Row. [cl930j 12°. 121p. 
Worm, a comedy in three acts. Evan- 
ston. Row. (cl930i 12°. 134p. 
Lowndes, Marie Adelaide (Belloc) (Mrs. 
Frederic Sawrey Archibald Lowndes) 
1868- 
Key, a love drama in three acts. London. 

Benn. 1931. 12°. 9Sp. 
What really happened; a play in a pro- 
logue, two acts and an epilogue. 
London. Benn. 1932. 12°. 89p. Also 
N.Y. Grosset. 1929. 12°. 317p. 
With all John's love; a play in three 
acts. London. Benn. 1931. 12°. 87p. 
Lowndes, Marie Adelaide (Belloc) 1868- 
and Lowndes, Frederic Sawrey Arch- 
bald 
Why be lonely? A comedy in three acts. 
London. Benn. 1931. 12°. 128p. 
Ludwig, Emil, 1881- 

Bismarck; the trilogv of a fighter; three 
plays. N.Y. Putnam. 1927 12°. 405p. 
L King and people; II. Union; III. 
Dismissal 
Versailles; a play in five acts. London. 
Putnam. |1932) 12°. 173p. 
Lyon, Elbridge S. 

Shamrock. St. Patrick's Day. 1 act 
In Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, A. P. 
eds. Plays for our American holi- 
days. V. 1 
Synthetic Santa. Christmas. 1 act 
In Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, A. P. 
eds. Plays for our American holi- 
days. V. 1 
MacArthur, Charles, joint author. See 
Hecht, Ben and MacArthur, Charles 
McCarthy, Myles 

Crooked money; a comedy in three acts. 
N.Y. French. 1928. 12°. lOlp. 
McCauley, Clarice Valletta 
Threshold. Psychic. 1 act 

In Shay, F. ed. Fifty more contem- 
porary one-act plays 
McCauley, Mary Weaver, joint author. See 

Cuddy, Lucy A. and others 
McCoo, Edward J. 

Ethiopia at the bar of justice. Negro 
pageant. 1 act 
In Richardson, W. ed. Plays and pag- 
eants from the life of the Negro 
McDermott, John Francis, 1902- 
'Twas well done and quickly. 
In Poet Lore 39:415 
MacDonagh, Thomas, 1817-1916 

Metempsychosis; or, A mad world. A 
plav in one act. 
In Irish R 1:585 
Pagans; a modern play in two conversa- 
tions. Dublin. Talbot. 1920. 12°. 40p. 
When the dawn is come, a tragedy in 
three acts. Dublin. Maunsel. 1908. 
12°. 48p. 



Macdonald, H. C. 

Meeker and Meeker 
In Hughes, H. et al. eds. Copy, 1928 
MacDonald, Murray, joint author. See 
Massingham, Dorothy and MacDonald, 
Murray 
McEvoy, Charles, 1879- 

Likes of her. Comedy. 3 acts 
In Marriott, J. W. ed. Great modern 
British plays 
McFadden, Elizabeth Apthorp, 1875- 

Boy who discovered Easter; a play in 
three scenes. N.Y. French. [cl926i 
8°. 57p. 
Same in Why the chimes rang and 
other plays 
Knights of the silver shield; a play in 
one act . . . adapted from the story 
of the same name by Raymond Mac- 
Donald Alden. N.Y. French. 1929. 
8°. 42p. 
Same in Why the chimes rang and 
other plays 
Product of the mill; a plav in four acts. 

N.Y. French cl927. 12°. 117p. 
Tidings of joy; a Christmas play in one 

act. N.Y. French. cl933. 8°. 40p. 
Why the chimes rang. 1 act 

In Why the chimes rang and other 
plays 
McFadden, Elizabeth and Crimmins, Agnes 
Man without a country. Patriotism. 1 
act 
In Schaufller, R. H. and Sanford, A. P. 
eds. Plays for our American holi- 
days. V. 3 
McGuire, Harry 

When the ship goes down; a play in three 

acts. N.Y. French. 1928. 12°. 75p. 
Yella. Melodrama. 1 act 

In Baker, G. P. ed. Yale one-act plays 
McGuire, William Anthony 

Divorce question; a plav in three acts. 
N.Y. French. cl928.'l2°. 76p. 
MacHugh, Augustin, 1877- 

Meanest man in the world, a comedy- 
drama. N.Y. French. 1928. 12°. 
107p. 
Maclntyre, John (John Brandane, pseud.) 
1869- 
Change-house, a play in one act. Lon- 
don. Gowans. 1921. 12°. SOp. Tragedy 
Satne in Cohen, H. L. ed. More one- 
act plays by modern authors 
Happy war. 1 act 
In Treasure ship 
Heather gentrv; a comedy in three acts. 

London. Constable. 1932. 12°. 127p. 
Inn of adventure; a comedy in three 
acts. London. Constable. 1932. 12°. 
98p. 
Rory aforesaid. 1 act 
In Treasure ship 

Marriott. J. W. ed. One-act plays 
of to-day. ser. 3 
Treasure ship. Comedy. 4 acts 
In Treasure ship 



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Maclntyre, John, 1869- and Yuill, A. W. 

Spanish galleon; a play in one act. Lon- 
don. Gowans. 1932. 12°. 44p. 
Mack, Orin 

Last day for grouse. 1 act 
In Clark, B. H. and Nicholson, K. eds. 
American scene 
[University of Washington plays, 
ser. 2] 
Mackay, Constance D'Arcy (Mrs. Roland 
Holt) 
Abraham Lincoln, rail splitter. Historical. 
1 act 
In Schaufiler, R. H. and Sanford, A. B. 
eds. Plays for our American 
holidays, v. 3 
America triumphant; a pageant of pa- 
triotism. N.Y. Appleton. 1926. 12°. 
65p. 
Beau of Bath. Fantasy. 1 act 
In Webber, J. P. and Webster, H. H. 
eds. One-act plays for secondary 
schools 
Benjamin Franklin: journeyman. His- 
torical. 1 act 
In Webber. J. P. and Webster, H. H. 
eds. Short plays for young people 
Boston tea-party. Historical. 1 act 
In Webber, J. R. and Webster, H. H. 
eds. Short plays for young people 
Calendar of joyful saints. Pageant of 
holidays 
In Youth's highway, and other plays 
for young people 
Counsel retained. 18th century. 1 act 
In Pence, R. W. ed. Dramas by 
present-day writers 
First Noel. Christmas 

In Youth's highway, and other plays 
for young people 
In the days of Piers Ploughman 
In Youth's highway, and other plays 
for young people 
Midsummer eve, an outdoor fantasy in 

three scenes. N.Y. French. 1932 
Nimble-wit and fingerkin, a morality 
play. 1 act 
In Moses, M. J. ed. Ring up the 
curtain! 
On Christmas eve; a play for children. 
N.Y. French. cl909. 12°. p. 143-68. 
1 act 
Pageant of sunshine and shadow 
In Youth's highway, and other plays 
for young people 
Prince of court painters. George 
Romney. 1 act 
In Webber, J. P. and Webster, H. H. 
eds. Typical plays for secondary 
schools 
Silver thread. Cornish folk-play. 3 acts 
In Moses, M. J. ed. Treasury of plays 
for children 
Youth's highway. Michael Angelo 

In Youth's highway, and other plays 
for young people 
Mackay, Isabel Ecclestone, 1875-1928 

Goblin gold; comedy drama in three acts. 
N.Y. French. cl933. 12°. 89p. 



Last cache; a play in one act. N.Y. 

French. 1927. 8°. 31p. 
Last chance; a plaj' in one act. N.Y. 

cl927. 12°. 
Second lie. 1 act 
In Massey, V. ed. Canadian plays from 
Hart House theatre, v. 1 
Treasure; a play in one act. N.Y. French 

cl927. 12°. 25p. 
Two too many. A comedy in three acts. 

Philadelphia. Penn. 1927. 12°. 78p. 

MacKay, Louis Alexander 

Freedom of Jean Guichet. 3 acts 
In Massey, V. ed. Canadian plays from 
Hart House theatre, v. 2 

Mackay, William Gayer and Ord, Robert 
[pseud.] (Mrs. William Gayer Mayer) 
Dr. Wake's patient; a comedy in four 

acts. London. French. cl909 
Paddy the next best thing; a play in four 
acts . . . adapted from the novel 
by Gertrude Page. N.Y. 
French. cl927. 8°. 91p. 

MacKaye, Percy, 1875- 

Chuck. New Hampshire. 1 act 
In Clark, B. H. and Nicholson, K. eds. 
American scene 
Funeralizing of Crickneck. Kentucky. 
1 act 
In Kentucky mountain fantasies 
George Washington at the Delaware. 
Historical. 1 act 
In Johnson, T. ed. Washington anni- 
versary plays 
Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, A. P. 
eds. Plays for our American 
holidays, v. 3 
Jeanne d'Arc [a drama]. N.Y. Mac- 

miUan. 1906. 12°. 163p. 5 acts 
Kinfolk of Robin Hood, a play in four 

acts. N.Y. French. tl926] 8°. 42p. 
Maid of France. Jeanne D'Arc. 1 act 
In Cohen, H. L. ed. One-act plays by 
modern authors. 1934 edition 
Napoleon crossing the Rockies. Folk 
life. 1 act 
In Kentucky mountain fantasies 
Church, V. W. ed. Curtain! 
Scarecrow. Tragedy. 4 acts 

In Dickinson, T. H. Chief contem- 
porary dramatists 
Timber. Folk life. 2 pts. 

In Kentucky mountain fantasies 
Wakefield, a folk-masque of America; 
being a mid-winter night's dream of 
the birth of Washington. Washing- 
ton bicentennial commission. cl932. 
4°. 22p. 
Washington and Betsy Ross; a dramatic 
action in two scenes; an arrange- 
ment from the three act play entitled 
Washington, the man who made us. 
N.Y. French. 1927. 8°. 34p. 
Same in Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, 
A. P. eds. Plays for our 
American holidays, v. 3 



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INDEX TO PLAYS 



MacKaye, Percy — Continued 

Young Washington at Mt. Vernon. A 
dramatic action in three scenes and 
a prologue. Selected from the three 
act play entitled Washington, the 
man who made us. N.Y. French. 
[1927] 8°. 62p. 
MacKaye, Robert Keith 

Honey Holler, a play in three acts, with 
an introduction by Oliver M. Sayler. 
N.Y. Brentano's. 1930. 8°. 201p. 
Mackenzie, Ronald 

Musical chairs. 3 acts 
In Famous plays of 1932 
Plays of a half-decade 
McKinnel, Norman 

Bishop's candlesticks; a play in one act. 
N.Y. French. 1908. 12°. 20p. 
Same in Hampden, J. ed. Nine modern 
plays 
Marriott, J. W. ed. One-act 
plays of to-day. ser. 3 
Dick's sister [a play in one act]. Lon- 
don. French. cl911. 12°. lip. 
Mackintosh, Elizabeth. See Daviot, Gordon, 

pseud. 
McMeekin, Mrs. Isabella (McLennan) 1895- 
Goblin and the princess; a play in two 
acts. N.Y. French. cl929. 12°. 15p. 
Thanks to Johnny Appleseed, a play in 
three acts. N.Y. French. 1929. 12°. 
26p. 
MacMillan, C. M. 
His father's boots 
In Hughes, H. et al. eds. Copy, 1928 
MacMillan, Mary Louise, 1870- 

Her doll; a play in one act. N.Y. 

French. cl927. 12°. 38p. 
Plenty of time; a comedy in one act. 
N.Y. Appleton. 1928. 12°. 37p. 
McMullen, Joseph Carl, 1882- 

Antoinette comes to town. 1 act 

In Evening of plays for men 
Arnold goes into business; a play in three 

acts. Boston. 1926. 12°. 
Back stage, a play in three acts. Boston. 

Baker. [cl93G) 12°. 129p. 
Boob; a comedy of business life in one 

act. Boston. Baker. 1921. 22p. 
Conjurer's stone. 1 act 

In Evening of plays for men 
Little things; a play in three acts. Bos- 
ton. Baker. [cl928i 12°. 96p. 
Nicked. 1 act 

In Evening of plays for men 
Peculiar old duflfer. 1 act 

In Evening of plays for men 
Rebellion of youth, in a prologue, two 
acts and an epilogue. N.Y. French. 
C1926. 12°. 77p. 
Redemption play; a play in three acts 
depicting Christ's redemption of man. 
Boston. Baker. [cl933i 12°. 133p. 
MacNair, Irene Taylor 

Color line. Religious. 1 act 
In Eastman, F. ed. ^lodern religious 
dramas 



Macnamara, Margaret 

Elizabeth refuses; a miniature comedy 
from Jane Austen's Pride and 
Prejudice 
In Hampden, J. ed. Ten modern plays 
Hat and stick. Comedy. 1 act 

In Hampden, J. ed. Four new plays 
for women and girls 
Pennj' for a guy! A plaj' in one act. 
Oxford. Blackwell. 1928. 12°. 28p. 
Yesterday; an historical comedy in four 
acts. London. Benn. 1926. 12°. 
128p. 
McOwen, Bernard J. 

Why the bachelor? A comedy in three 

acts. N.Y. French. cl933. 12°. 99p. 

McOwen, Bernard J. and Riewarts, J. P. 

Blue giiost, a mystery melodrama in three 

acts. N.Y. French. cl932. 12°. 92p. 

Maeterlinck, Maurice, 1862- 

Death of Tintagiles. Tragedy. 5 acts 
In AlcPharlin, P. ed. Repertory of 
marionette plays 
Intruder. Death. 1 act 
In Cohen, H. L. ed. One-act plays by 
modern authors. 1934 edition 
Pelleas and Melisande. Tragedy. 5 acts 
In Tucker, S. M. ed. Modern con- 
tinental plays 
Tucker, S. M. ed. Twenty-five 
modern plays 
Magre, Maurice, 1877- 

Tin soldier and the paper dancer (Soldat 
de plomb et la danseuse de papier). 
Comedy. 1 act 
In Vernon, V. and F. eds. Modern 
one-act plays from the French 
Malleson, Miles, 1888- 

Four people, a comedy in three acts. 

N.Y. Payson. 1928. 12°. lllp. 
Love at second sight, a light comedy in 
three acts (from the novel "Safety 
first" by Margot Neville.) N.Y. 
French. cl929. 12°. 90p. 
Man of ideas. Comedy. 1 act 

In Hampden, J. ed. Four modern plays 
Johnson, T. ed. Diminutive com- 
edies 
Modern short plays, ser. 3 
Maurice's own idea. Dream-play. 1 act 
In Phillips, LeR. and Johnson, T. 
Types of modern dramatic com- 
position 
Michael. Russian peasants. 1 act 

In Hampden, J. ed. Eight modern 
plays 
Paddy pools. Fairy. 3 scenes 
In Marriott, J. W. ed. One-act plays 
of to-day. ser. 4 
Yours unfaithfully, a comedy in three 
acts. London. Gollancz. 1933. 12°. 
96p. 
Maltz, Albert 

Black pit. N.Y. Putnam. cl935. 12°. 
108p. Coal camp. 3 acts 
Maltz, Albert, joint author. See Sklar, 

George and Maltz, Albert 
Mankiewicz, Herman J. joint author. See 
Kaufman, G. S. and Mankiewicz, H. J. 



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53 



Mann, Heinrich, 1871- 

Madame Legros. Historical. 3 acts 
In Katzin, W. ed. Eight European 
plays 
Mansur, Frank L. 

Dispatch goes home. 1 act 

In Johnson, T. ed. Miniature plays for 
stage or study 
Marble, Annie Russell, 1864- 

Faith of our fathers. Colonial pageant. 
1 act 
In Schaufflcr, R. H. and Sanford, A. P. 
eds. Plays for our American holi- 
days. V. 2 
Drama. Pilgrim celebration no. 1920. 
p. 373 
Marble, Thomas Littlefield 
Mistress Penelope. 1 act 
In Johnson, T. ed. Plays about George 
Washington 
Marcin, Max, 1879- and Bolton, Guy 

Nightcap, a mystery comedy in three acts. 
N.Y. French. cl929. 12°. lOOp. 
Marion, Frances 
Cup of life. 1 act 
In Nicholson, K. ed. Hollywood plays 
Mark, Francis 

Tarakin. Soviet Russia. 1 act 

In Marriott, J. W. ed. Best one-act 
plays of 1932 
Marks, Jeannette Augustus, 1875- 
Deacon's hat. Comedy. 1 act 
In Merry, merry cuckoo, and other 
Welsh plays 
Look to the end. 1 act 

In Merry, merry cuckoo, and other 
Welsh plays 
Love letters. 1 act 

In Merry, merry cuckoo, and other 
Welsh plays 
Merry, merry cuckoo. Character. 1 act 
In Merry, merry cuckoo, and other 
Welsh plays 
Steppin' westward. 1 act 

In Merry, merry cuckoo, and other 
Welsh plays 
Tress of hair. 1 act 

In Merry, merry cuckoo, and other 
Welsh plays 
Welsh honeymoon. Comedy. 1 act 
In Merry, merry cuckoo, and other 
Welsh plays 
Cohen, H. L. ed. One-act plays by 
modern authors. 1934 edition 
Marquis, Don, 1878- 

Master of the revels; a comedy in four 
acts. Garden City, N.Y. Doubleday. 
1934. 12°. 202p. Henry VHI 
Out of the sea; a play in four acts. Gar- 
den City, N.Y. Doubleday. 1927. 
12°. 133p. 
Marschall, Phyllis 

Grandpa tells about Lincoln 

In Sanford, A. P. ed. Lincoln plays 
Martinez Sierra, Gregorio, 1881- 

Cradle song (Cancion de cuna). Comedy. 
2 acts 
In Cradle song and other plays 

Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 1926- 
27 (abridged) 



Holy night, a miracle play in three 
scenes: English version by Philip 
Hereford. N.Y. Dutton. 1928. 8°. 
5Sp. 
Kingdom of God (El reino de Dios); a 
play in three acts, in an English 
version by Helen and Harley Gran- 
ville Barker. London. Sidgwick. 
1927. 12°. lOSp. 
Same in Kingdom of God and other 
plays 
Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 
1928-29 (abridged) 
Love magic (Hechizo de amor). Comedy. 
2 scenes 
In Cradle song and other plays 
Lover (El enamorado). Comedy. 1 act 

In Cradle song and other plays 
Madama Pepita. Comedy. 3 acts 

In Cradle song and other plays 
Poor John (El pobrecito Juan). Comedy. 

1 act 

In Cradle song and other plays 
Romantic young lady (Sueiio de una 
noche de agosto) a comedy in three 
acts. English version by Helen and 
Harlev Granville Barker. N.Y. 
French. 1923. 12°. 297p. 
In Kingdom of God and other plays 
Take two from one; a farce in three acts, 
in an English version by Helen and 
Harley Granville Barker. London. 
Sidgwick. 1931. 12°. 89p. 
Two shepherds (Los pastores). Comedy. 

2 acts 

In Kingdom of God and other plays 
Wife to a famous man (La mujer del 
heroe). Comedy. 2 acts 
In Kingdom of God and other plays 
Martinez Sierra, Gregorio, 1881- and 
Martinez Sierra, Maria 
Lily among thorns. Comedy. 1 act 
In Dickinson, T. H. ed. Chief contem- 
porary dramatists, ser. 3 
Martyn, Edward, 1859-1923 
Maeve. Patriotism. 2 acts 
In Canfield, C. ed. Plays of the Irish 
renaissance 
Masefield, John, 1878- 

Coming of Christ. N.Y. Macmillan. 

1928. 8°. 57p. 
Easter; a play for singers. N.Y. Mac- 
millan. 1929. 8°. 24p. 
End and beginning. N.Y. Macmillan. 
1933. 12°. 50p. Mary Stuart. 1 act 
Sweeps of ninety-eight; a drama of the 
Irish wars in one act. 
In Golden Bk 17:550 
Tristan and Isolt; a play in verse. Lon- 
don. Heinemann. [1927i 12°. 135p. 
Mason, Alfred Edward Woodley, 1865- 
At the Villa Rosa, a plav in four acts. 
London. Hodder. 1928, 12°. 135p. 
Massingham, Dorothy and MacDonald, 
Murray 
Lake; a play in three acts. N.Y. Double- 
day. 1934. 12°. Tragedy. 3 acts 
Masters, Edgar Lee, 1868- 
Acoma. American Indians 
In Gettysburg, Manila, Acoma 



54 



INDEX TO PLAYS 



Masters, Edgar Lee — Continued 

Eileen; a play in three acts. Chicago. 

Rooks press. 1910. 12°. 84p. 
Gettysburg. Abraham Lincoln 

In Gettysburg, Alanila, Acoma 
Godbey, a dramatic poem. N.Y. Dodd. 

1931. 8°. 253p. 
Jack Kelso. N.Y. Appleton. 1928. 12°. 

264p. Historical 
Lee; a dramatic poem. N.Y. Jvlacmillan. 

1926. 8°. 139p. 
Manila. Philippines 

In Gettysburg, Manila, Acoma 
Mather, Charles Chambers 

Dispatches for Washington; a play in 
one act. Boston. Baker. 1916. 12p. 
Same in Johnson, T. ed. Plays about 
George Washington 
Double-crossed; a comedy in one act. 
Boston. Baker. cl916. 14p. 
Mathews, John 

'Cruiter. Negro. 1 act 
In Locke, A. Le R. and Gregorj-, M. 
eds. Plays of Negro life 
Ti Yette. Negro. 1 act 

In Richardson, W. ed. Plays and 
pageants from the life of the 
Negro 
Matthews, Adelaide, 1886- and Nichols, 
Anne 
Just married; a comedy in three acts. 
N.Y. French. 1929. 12°. 129p. 
Matthews, Adelaide, 1886- and Sawyer, 
Lucille 
Sunset glow; a comedy drama in three 
acts. Boston. Baker. [cl929i 12°. 
148p. 
Matthews, Adelaide, joint author. See 
Stanley, Alartha M. and Matthews, 
Adelaide 
Maugham, William Somerset, 1874- 

Breadwinner, a comedy. Garden City, 
N.Y. Doubleday. 1931. 8°. 184p. 
Same in Chandler, F. W. and Cordell, 
R. A. eds. Twentieth cen- 
tury plays 
Circle. Comedy. 3 acts 
In Cordell, R. A. ed. Representative 
modern plays 
McDermott, J. F. ed. Modern 

plays 
Marriott, J. W. ed. Great modern 

British plays 
Moses, M. J. ed. Dramas of 

modernism and their forerunners 
Tucker, S. M. ed. Twenty-five 

modern plays 
Watson, E. B. and Pressey, B. eds. 
Contemporary drama: English and 
Irish plays 
Constant wife. Comedy. 3 acts 
In Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 1926- 
27 (condensed) 
For services rendered; a play in three 
acts. Garden City, N.Y. Double- 
day. 1933. 87p. 
Jack Straw. Farce. 3 acts 

In Plays, v. 1 
Lady Frederick. Comedy. 3 acts 
In Plays, v. 1 



Land of promise. Comedy. 4 acts 

In Plays, v. 2 
Letter; a play in three acts. N.Y. 
Doran. [cl925] 12°. 177p. Emotional 
Mrs. Dot. Farce. 3 acts 

In Plays, v. 1 
Our betters. Comedy. 3 acts 

In Moses, M. J. ed. Representative 
British dramas, Victorian and 
modern 
Penelope. Comedy. 3 acts 

In Plays, v. 2 
Sacred flame; a play in three acts. N.Y. 
Doubleday. 1928. 12°. 187p. Prob- 
lem 
Sheppey; a play in three acts. 12°. 118p. 

1933. London. Heinemann 
Smith. Comedy. 1 act 
In Plays, v. 2 
Maurey, Max, 1868- 

Rosalie; a comedy in one act. . . tr. by 
Barrett H. Clark. N.Y. French. 
cl913. 12°. 14p. 
Mavor, Osborne Henry (James Bridie, 
pseud.) 1888- 
Amazed evangelist; a nightmare. Lon- 
don. Constable. 1932. 8°. 12p. 1 act 
Same in Anatomist and other plays 

Anatomist; Tobias and the 
angel; Amazed evangelist 
Anatomist. London. Constable. 1931. 
8°. Comedy. 1 act 
Saine in Anatomist and other plays 

Anatomist; Tobias and the 
angel; Amazed evangelist 
Jonah and the whale; a morality in three 
acts and a prologue. London. Cons- 
table. 1932. 166p. 
Mrs. Waterbury's millennium. 1 act 
In Bourne, J. ed. Eight new one-act 
plays for 1934 
Pardoner's tale. Morality 
In Switchback; Pardoner's tale; Sun- 
light sonata 
Sunlight sonata. Farce morality 
In Switchback; Pardoner's tale; Sun- 
light sonata 
Switchback. Comedy 
In Switchback; Pardoner's tale; Sun- 
light sonata 
Tobias and the angel. London. Cons- 
table. 1931. 8°. 162p. Comedy. 3 acts 
Same in Anatomist and other plays 

Anatomist; Tobias and the 
angel; Amazed evangelist 
Maxfield, Mina R. 

Ruth of Moab. Biblical 
In Gaw, A. and others. Pharaoh's 
daughter, and other Biblical 
plays of the contest, 1927 
Mayer, Edwin Justus 

Children of darkness; an original tragi- 
comedy. N. Y. Liveright. 1929. 12'. 
232p. 
Mayo, Margaret, 1882- 

Polly of the circus; a comedy-drama in 
three acts. N.Y. Longmans. 1933. 
98p. 



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Mayo, Margaret, 1882- and Field, Edward 
Salisbury, 1878- 
Twin beds, a farce in three acts. N.Y. 
French. 1931. 12°. 154p. 
Mayor, Beatrice 

In a shop. Juvenile. 1 act 
In Four plays for children 
In a street. Juvenile. 1 act 

In Four plays for children 
Musical box. Juvenile. 1 act 

In Four plays for children 
Old home. Juvenile. 1 act 
In Four plays for children 
Pleasure garden. Comedy. 4 acts 

In Plays of to-day. ser. 3 
Thirty minutes in a street. Comedy. 
1 act 
In Hampden, J. ed. Ten modern plays 
Herbert, A. P. Four one-act plays 
Mayor, B. ed. Four one-act plays 
Meadon, Joseph 

Pearls before swine. Comedy. 1 act 

In Players book of one act plays, ser. 1 
Vespers. Morality. 1 act 

In Players book of one act plays, ser. 1 
Meaker, Isabelle J. and Harnwell, Anna J. 
Knife. World war. 1 act 
In Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, A. P. 
eds. Plays for our American 
holidays, v. 3 
Sojourners. Puritans. 1 act 
In Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, A. P. 
eds. Plays for our American 
holidays. 1 act. v. 2 
Meaker, Isabelle J. and Perkins, Eleanor 
Ellis 
My lady's Yule-tide. Christmas. 1 act 
In Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, A. P. 
eds. Plays for our American 
holidays, v. 1 
Mechem, Kirke 

Who won the war? a play in three acts, 
written for the American legion. 
N.Y. French. cl928. 12°. 89p. 
Medcraft, Russell Graham, 1900- 

First dress-suit; a comedy in one act. 
N.Y. French. cl929. 8°. 26p. 
Same in One-act plays for stage and 
study, ser. 5 
Poetry and plaster. Comedy. 1 act 
In One-act plays for stage and study, 
ser. 6 
Queen's nose; a comedy in one act. N.Y. 

French. cl933. 12°. 21p. 
Saucy goose; a comedv in one act. N.Y. 
French. cl931. 12°. 14p. 
Medcraft, Russell G. and Mitchell, Norma 
Cradle snatchers. a farce comedy in three 
acts. N.Y. French. [cl931i 12°. 85p. 
Meigs, C. H. 

Man of Uz; a drama in three acts. N.Y. 
London. Putnam. 1933. 25-285p. 
Meirovitz, Joseph Moses, 1884- 

New generation: a drama in three acts 
Boston. Four Seas. 1928. 12°. 39p. 
Mellon, Evelyn Emig 
China pig. 1 act 

In Two prize plays and four others 
Love! love! love! 1 act 

In Two prize plays and four others 



Mother and son. 1 act 

In Two prize plays and four others 
Old order. 1 act 

In Two prize plays and four others 
Pen-and-ink. 1 act 

In Two prize plays and four others 
Trains. 1 act 

In Two prize plays and four others 
Poet Lore 41:424 
Meneses, Enrique de 

Glittering highway. World war. 4 acts 
In Poet Lore 38:317 
Merchant, Abby 

New frock for Pierrette; dramatic revue 
and fashion show. N.Y. French. 
cl933. 12°. 61p. 
Merivale, Philip, 1886- 

Peace of Ferrara; a drama in three acts. 
Boston. Four Seas. 1927. 12°. 119p. 
Merrill, Fenimore, d. 1919 
Avenue. Comedy. 1 act 
In Shay, F. ed. Fifty more contem- 
porary one-act plays 
Drama 10:53 
Metcalf, Felicia 

Auntie up, a three-act comedy. Franklin, 

Ohio. cl932. 12°. 
Some easy, a comedy in three acts. N.Y. 
French. cl933. 12°. 99p. 
Middleton, George, 1880-1916 

Blood money; a melodrama in three acts; 
from a story of H. H. Van Loan. 
N.Y. French. cl929. 12°. 122p. 
Hiss! Boom! Blah!!! a three-act Ameri- 
can comedy in fifty scenes; being a 
cross section community chronicle of 
some mad years (1917-193-?). N.Y. 
French. 1933. 194p. 
Middleton. George, 1880- and Thomas, A. E. 
Big pond; a tran-Atlantic comedy in 
three acts. N.Y. French. cl930. 
12°. 122p. 

Millay, Edna St. Vincent (Mrs. E. J. Bois- 
sevain) 1892- 
Aria da capo. Love. 1 act 

In Church, V. W. ed. Curtain! 
King's henchman. Anglo-Saxon legend- 
ary history. 3 acts 
In Tucker, S. M. ed. Modern American 
and British plays 
Princess marries the page; a play in one 
act. N.Y. Harper. 1932. 8°. 51p. 
Romantic 

Miller, Mrs. Alice (Duer) 1874- 

Springboard; a comedv in three acts. 
N.Y. French. cl928. 12°. 109p. 

Miller, Ashley 

Mr. Scrooge; a dramatic fantasy after 
Charles Dickens' "A Christmas 
carol." N.Y. Dodd. cl928. 12°. 
129p. 3 acts 

Miller, Louis, 1889- 

Mr. Man; a play in four acts and eight 
scenes, tr. from the Yiddish by S. K. 
Padover and Chasye Cooperman 
In Poet Lore 40:475 



56 



INDEX TO PLAYS 



Miller, May 

Graven images. Negro. 1 act 
In Richardson, W. ed. Plays and 
pageants from the Hfe of the 
Negro 
Riding the goat. Negro. 1 act 
In Richardson, W. ed. Plays and 
pageants from the life of the 
Negro 
Mills, Mervyn 

Nelson of the Nile; a play in four acts. 
N.Y. Putnam. cl933. 12°. 167p. 
Milne, Alan Alexander, 1882- 

Boy comes home. Comedy. 1 act 
In Webber, J. P. and Webster, H. H. 
eds. One-act plays for secondary 
schools 
Dover road. Comedy. 3 acts 

In Dickinson, T. H. ed. Chief contem- 
porary dramatists, ser. 3 
Fourth wall. A detective story in three 
acts. N.Y. French. 1929. 8°. 82p. 
(Played in America under title "The 
perfect alibi") 
Great Broxopp. Comedy. 4 acts 
In Church, V. W. ed. Curtain! 
Ivory door; a legend in a prologue and 
three acts. N.Y. Putnam. 1928. 8°. 
221 p. 
Same in Tucker, S. M. ed. Modern 
plays 
Make-believe. Juvenile. 3 acts and 
prologue 
In Moses, M. J. ed. Another treasury 
of plays for children 
Man in the bowler hat. Comedy. 1 act 
In Marriott, J. W. ed. One-act plays 
of to-day. ser. 4 
Michael and Mary. London. Chatto. 
1930. 12°. 96p. Problem. 3 acts. 
Also N.Y. French. 1932. 8°. 
Same in Four plays (Putnam 1932) 

Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 
1929-30 (abridged) 
Mr. Pim passes by 
In McDermott, J. F. ed. Modern plays 
Watson, E. B. and Pressey, B. eds. 
Contemporary drama: English and 
Irish plays 
Perfect alibi (English title: Fourth wall). 
Detective. 3 acts 
In Four plays (Putnam 1932) 
See also Fourth wall 

Portrait of a gentleman in slippers. 
Fairy tale. 1 act 
In Four plays (Putnam 1932) 
Princess and the woodcutter. Fairy. 1 act 
In Hampden, J. ed. Eight modern 
plays 
Success. 3 acts 
In Cordell, R. A. ed. Representative 
modern plays 
To meet the prince (English title: To 
have the honour). Comedy. 3 acts 
In Four plays (Putnam 1932) 
Toad of Toad Hall. A play from Ken- 
neth Grahame's "The wind in the 
willows." N.Y. Scribner. 1929. 12°. 
168p. Fantasy 



Truth about Blayds. Comedy. 3 acts 
In Moses, Al. J. ed. Dramas of mod- 
ernism and their forerunners 
Tucker, S. M. ed. Twenty-five mod- 
ern plays 
Wurzel-Flummery. Comedy. 1 act 
In Modern short plays, ser. 2 

Cohen, H. L. ed. One-act plays by 
modern authors. 1934 edition 
Mitchell, Langdon Elwyn, 1862- 

Becky Sharp, a play in four acts. 
Founded on Thackeray's "Vanity 
Fair." n. pub. cl899. 12°. 35p. 
New York idea. Social comedy. 4 acts 
In Watson, E. B. and Pressey, B. eds. 
Contemporary drama. American 
plays 
Mitchell, Norma, joint author. See Med- 
craft, Russell G. and Mitchell, Norma 
Mitchell, Thomas, joint author. See Dell, 

Floyd and Mitchell, Thomas 
Mitchison, Naomi 

Nix-nought-nothing. Fairy. 1 act 

In Hampden, J. ed. Seven modern 
plays for younger players 
MitcofF, Elena Y. 

Petroushka. Puppet. 1 act 

In McPharlin, P. ed. Repertory of 
marionette plays 
Moeller, Phillip, 1880- 

Madame Sand. Comedy. 3 acts 
In Tucker, S. M. ed. Modern Ameri- 
can and British plays 
Molnar, Ferenc, 1878- 
Cab. Dialogue. Comedy 

In Plays of Molnar (Jarrolds) 
Carnival. Symbolic. 3 acts 
In Plays of Ferenc Molnar (Macy- 
Masius) 
Curtain. Dialogue 

In Plays of Molnar (Jarrolds) 
Devil. 3 acts 
In Plays of Ferenc Molnar (Macy- 
Masius) 
Fashions for men. Comedy. 3 acts 
In Plays of Ferenc Molnar (Macy- 
Masius) 
Plays of Molnar (Jarrolds) 
Fledglings. Dialogue 

In Plays of Molnar (Jarrolds) 
Glass slipper. Comedy. 3 acts 

/n Plays of Ferenc Molnar (Macy- 
Masius) 
Good fairy, a new play; tr. and adapted 
by Jane Hinton. N.Y. Long. 1932. 
12°. 178p. Comedy 
Guardsman. (Where ignorance is bliss) 
Comedy. 3 acts 
In Plays of Ferenc Molnar (Macy- 
Masius) 
Heavenly and earthly love. Dialogue 
In Plays of Ferenc Molnar (Macy- 
Masius) 
Plays of Molnar (Jarrolds) 
Husbands and lovers: nineteen dialogues 

In Plays of Molnar (Jarrolds) 
Key. Dialogue 

/)} Plays of Molnar (Jarrolds) 
Kiss. Dialogue 
In Plays of Molnar (Jarrolds) 



AUTHOR INDEX 



57 



Knight of the blue chin. Dialogue 

In Plays of Molnar (Jarrolds) 
Lawyer. Farce. 3 acts 
In Plays of Ferenc Molnar (Macy- 
Masius) 
Leave-taking. Dialogue 

In Plays of Molnar (Jarrolds) 
Lies. Dialogue 

In Plays of Molnar (Jarrolds) 
Liliom. Symbolic. 7 scenes and pro- 
logue 
In Plays of Ferenc Molnar (Macy- 
Masius) 
Plays of Molnar (Jarrolds) 
Dickinson, T. H. ed. Chief contem- 
porary dramatists, ser. 3 
Moses, M. J. ed. Dramas of 

modernism and their forerunners 
Steeves, H. R. ed. Plays from the 

modern theatre 
Tucker, S. M. ed. Modern conti- 
nental plays 
Tucker, S. M. ed. Twenty-five 
modern plays 
Man in the cab. Dialogue 

In Plays of Molnar (Jarrolds) 
Marshal. Stage life. 1 act 
In Plays of Ferenc Molnar (Macy- 
Masius) 
Matter of husbands. Dialogue 

In Plays of Molnar (Jarrolds) 
Mima. (Redmill) Human life. 3 pts. 
In Plays of Ferenc Molnar (Macy- 
Masius) 
Olympia, tr. by Sidney Howard. N.Y. 
Brentano. 1928. 12°. 133p. Ro- 
mantic comedy. 3 acts 
Same in Plays of Ferenc Molnar 
(Macy-Masius) 
Phantom lover. See Molnar, F. Tale of 

the wolf 
Phosphorus. Dialogue 

In Plays of Molnar (Jarrolds) 
Play's the thing [adapted by P. G. 
Wodehouse]. Comedy. 3 acts 
In Plays of Ferenc Molnar (Macy- 
Masius) 
Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 1926- 
27 (condensed) 
Preliminary skirmish. Dialogue 
In Plays of Molnar (Jarrolds) 
Prologue to "King Lear." Stage life. 
1 act 
In Plays of Ferenc Molnar (Macy- 
Masius) 
Putty club. Juvenile. 1 act 

In Theatre Arts M 7:25 Jl. '23 
Railroad adventure. Dialogue 

In Plays of Molnar (Jarrolds) 
Red mill. See Molnar, F. Mima 
Riviera. Mannikins. 2 acts 
In Plays of Ferenc Molnar (Macy- 
Masius) 
Sacred and profane art. Dialogue 

In Plays of Molnar (Jarrolds) 
Seven o'clock in the evening. Dialogue 

In Plays of Molnar (Jarrolds) 
Still life. 1 act 
In Plays of Ferenc Molnar (Macy- 
Masius) 



Street and number. Dialogue 

In Plays of Molnar (Jarrolds) 
Swan; a romantic comedy in three acts; 
tr. from the Hungarian by Melville 
Baker. N.Y. Longmans. 1929. 12°. 
122p. 
Same in Plays of Ferenc Molnar (Macy- 
Masius) 
Plays of Molnar (Jarrolds) 
Chandler, F. W. and Cordell, 
R. A. eds. Twentieth cen- 
tury plays 
Tale of the wolf. (Phantom lover) 
Comedy. 3 acts 
In Plays of Ferenc Molnar (Macy- 
Masius) 
Two slaps in the face. Dialogue 

In Plays of Molnar (Jarrolds) 
Unpardonable sin. Dialogue 

In Plays of Molnar (Jarrolds) 
Violet. Stage life. 1 act 
In Plays of Ferenc Molnar (Macy- 
Masius) 
Where ignorance is bliss. See Molnar, F. 

Guardsman 
White cloud. Miracle play. 5 scenes 
In Plays of Ferenc Molnar (Macy- 
Masius) 
Witch. Comedy. 1 act 
In Plays of Ferenc Molnar (Macy- 
Masius) 
Monkhouse, Allan Noble, 1858- 

Cecilia, a play in four acts. London. Gol- 

lancz. 1931. 12°. 79p. 
Grand cham's diamond; a play in one act. 
London. Gowans. 1924. 16°. 53p. 
In Hampden, J. ed. Seven modern 
plays for younger readers 
Tucker, S. M. ed. Twelve one-act 
plays for study and production 
King of Barvender; a melodrama in one 
act. London. Gowans. 1927. 16°. 42p. 
Same in Marriott, J. W. ed. One-act 
plays of to-day. ser. 5. 
Night watches, a comedy in one act. 

Boston. Baker. icl930) 12°. 16p. 
Nothing like leather; an indiscretion in 
one act. London. Gowans. 1930. 24°. 
48p. 
Same in Manchester Playgoer N. 7, 
1913 
O death, where is thy sting? a play in 
one act. London. Gowans. 1926. 12°. 
31p. 
Paul Felice, a play in four acts. London. 

Gollancz. 1930. 12°. 96p. 
Rag; an incident in three acts. London. 

Sidgwick. [1928) 12°. 80p. 
Wily one. 1 act 
In One-act plays for stage and study, 
ser. 4 
Montague, Clifford M. 1907- 
Tropics. 1 act 

In Poet Lore 40:414 
Moore, Bernard Francis 

Government detective, a play in four acts. 
Boston. Baker. 1910. 12°. 51p. 
Moore, E. Hamilton 

Dove uncaged, a play in one act. N.Y. 
French. cl912. 12°. 24p. 



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INDEX TO PLAYS 



Moore, Florence B. 

Tale from India. 1 act 

In Jagendorf, M. A. ed. Nine short 
plays 
Moore, Frank Frankfort, 1855- 
Jessamy bride. 1 act 
In Kitty Clive, and other plays in one 
act 
Kitty Clive. 1 act 
In Kitty Clive, and other plays in one 
act 
Poor actress. 1 act 
In Kitty Clive, and other plays in one 
act 
Sword of Damocles. 1 act 
In Kitty Clive, and other plays in one 
act 
Moore, George, 1852-1933 

Making of an immortal; a play in one 
act. N.Y. Bowling Green press. 
1927. 8°. 59p. 
Passing of the Essenes; a drama in three 
acts. London. Heinemann. 1930. 
8°. 96p. 
Moore, Lidian Ruth 

Mantuan, a Vergil play in three acts 
(with a prologue). N.Y. Longmans. 
1930. 12°. 131p. 
Moratin, Jose 

Fanny's consent. Comedy. 12 scenes 
In Poet Lore 40:159 
Morax, Rene, 1873- 

King David, a play in two parts, taken 
from the Bible, tr. by Dennis 
Arundell. Cambridge [Eng.] Uni- 
versity Press. 1929. 12°. 132p. 
Morbio, P. 

Psychological moment. 1 act 
In Johnson, T. ed. Diminutive com- 
edies 
Morley, Christopher Darlington, 1890- 
Good theatre. Shakespeare. 1 act 

In Church, V. W. ed. Curtain 
"In modern dress," a one-act play. Larch- 
mont, N.Y. Peter Pauper press. 
1929. 8°. 19p. 
On the shelf. Books. 1 act 
In Schafifler. R. H. and Sanford, A. P. 
eds. Plays for our American holi- 
days. V. 4 
Really, my dear. ... 1 act 

In Hughes, G. ed. Short plays for 
modern players 
Thursday evening. N.Y. Appleton. 
1926. 12°. 34p. Comedy. 1 act 
Same in Pence, R. W. ed. Dramas by 
present-day writers 
Tucker, S. M. ed. Twelve one- 
act plays for study and pro- 
duction 
Morris, Hilda 

Book children's Christmas. 1 act 
In Curtis, A. ed. Christmas plays for 
one and all 
Morrison, Anne 

Wild Westcotts; a comedy in three acts. 
N.Y. French. cl926. 12°. 109p. 



Morrison, Anne and Toohey, John Peter, 
1880- 
Jonesy, a comedy in three acts. . . (based 
on a series of short stories by Mr. 
Toohey). N.Y. French. cl929. 12°. 
123p. 
Moseley, Katharine P. 

Daggers and diamonds; a travesty in one 
act. Boston. Baker. 1921. 44p. 
In Phillips, LeR. and Johnson, T. 
eds. Types of modern dramatic 
composition 
Moses, Grace Celeste 

Tree of memory. Armistice day pageant. 
1 act 
In Schauftler, R. H. and Sanford, A. P. 
eds. Plays for our American holi- 
days, v. 3 
Mourguet, Laurent 

Coq brothers. Marionette. 1 act 

In McPharlin, P. ed. Repertory of 
marionette plays 
Muggeridge, Malcolm 

Three flats, a play in three acts. N.Y. 
Putnam. [1931] 12°. 119p. 
MuUally, Don 

Camels are coming, a comedy in three 
acts. . . N.Y. French. cl932. 12°. 
98p. 
Laff that off; a comedy in three acts. 
N.Y. French. cl928. 12°. 105p. 
[copyright, 1921 under title "The 
ingrate"] 
Munro, Charles Kirkpatrick, 1889- 
At Mrs. Beams. Comedy. 3 acts 
In Marriott, J. W. ed. Great modern 
British plays 
Plays of today, ser. 3 
Bluestone quarry; a play. London. 

Gollancz. 1931. 125p. 
Three plays. London. Gollancz. 1932. 
288p. 
Munro, Hector Hugh (Saki, pseud.) 1870- 
1916 
Death-trap. Comedy. 1 act 
In Novels and plays 

Square egg and other sketches 
Modern short plays, ser. 1 
Karl-Ludwig's window. Melodrama. 1 
act 
In Novels and plays 

Square egg and other sketches 
Modern short plays, ser. 3 
Watched pot (The mistress of Briony). 
Comedy. 3 acts 
In Novels and plays 

Square egg and other sketches 
Murfin, Jane 

Prince Gabby. 1 act 
In Nicholson, Kenyon, ed. Appleton 
book of short plays, ser. 2 
Murphy, Rolph 

Sure fire; a comedy in three acts. N.Y. 
French. cl927. 12°. 130p. 
Murphy, Thomas Francis, 1867- 
Mary Brice. Comedy. 1 act 

In Players book of one act plan's, ser. 1 
Murray, Anne 
Zee-Zee. A comedy in three acts. 
Philadelphia. Penn. 1927. 12°. 87p. 
In Prize plays of 1927 



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Murray, Thomas C. 

Birthright. Tragedy. 2 acts 
In Canfield, C. ed. Plays of the Irish 
renaissance 
Michaelmas eve: a play in three acts. 

London. Allen. 1932. 8°. 88p. 
Pipe in the fields. Music. 1 act 
In One-act plays for stage and study. 
ser. 4 
Muse, George A. 

Close call. First aid. 1 act 
In Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, A. P. 
eds. Plays for our American holi- 
days. V. 4 
Musset, Alfred de, 1810^1857 

Fantasis; a comedy in two acts; tr. by 
Maurice Baring. N.Y. Harper. 1929. 
12°. 57p. 
Mussolini, Benito, 1883- and Giovacchino, 
Forzano, 1884- 
Napoleon: the hundred days; a play, 
adapted from the Italian for the Eng- 
lish stage by J. Drinkwater. London. 
Sidgwick. 1932. 96p. 
Mygatt, Tracy Dickinson 
His son. 1 act 

In Poet Lore 39:605 
Noose. 1 act 
In Drama 20:42 
Nagle, Brother Urban, 1905- 

Barter; a drama in four acts . . . the win- 
ning Biblical play of the 1928 Drama 
league. N.Y. Longmans. 1929. 12°. 
92p. 
Catherine the valiant; a religious drama 
in five acts. N.Y. Longmans. 1931. 8°. 
98p. 
Nakamura, Kichizo, 1877- 
Death of li Tairo. tr. by Mock Joya. 

Tokyo. Japan Times tl927?j 
Razor. Jealousy. 1 act 

In Shay, F. ed. Fifty more contem- 
porary one-act plays 
Neale, Ralph, joint author. See Chesterton, 

Ada E. and Neale, Ralph 
Neebe, J. H. 

Fog. Melodrama. 1 act 
In Players book of one act plays, 
ser. 1 
Guts; alternate title: Who wouldn't? a 
melodrama. 1 act 
In Players book of one act plays, ser. 1 
Neilson, Francis, 1867- 

Prince Ananias, as performed by "The 
Bostonians." N.Y. E. Schuberth. 
cl894. 8°. 72p. Comic opera. 2 acts 
Queen of Nectaria; a fantasy in four acts. 
N.Y. Viking press. 1924. 12°. 123p. 
Nesbitt, Catharine May, 1884- 
Net. 1 act 
In Schofield, S. ed. Marble god, and 
other one-act plays 
Neumann, Alfred, 1895- 

Patriot; a play in three acts; adapted by 
Ashley Dukes. N.Y. Boni. cl928. 12°. 
142p. Historical 
Such men are dangerous; a play in eight 
scenes, adapted by Ashley Dukes from 
"The Patriot." London. Gollancz. 
1928. 12°. 118p. American edition pub. 
under title: The patriot 



Neuville, Lemercier de 

Mr. Goodman and Mrs. Gracious. 
Marionette. 1 act 
In McPharlin, P. ed. Repertory of 
marionette plays 
Newman, Benjamin W. 
Underground. 1 act 
In Poet Lore 38:571 
Newton, Alfred Edward, 1863- 

Mr. Strahan's dinner party; a comedy in 
one act, with prologue and 
epilogue. . . and a note by Edward 
F. O'Day. fol. San Francisco. J. 
H. Nash. Printed for the Book club 
of California. 1930. 43p. 

Nichols, Beverly, joint author. See Knob- 
lock, Edward and Nichols, Beverly 

Nichols, Robert Malise Bowyer, 1893- and 
Browne, Maurice 

Wings over Europe; a dramatic extrava- 
ganza on a pressing theme. N.Y. 
Covici. 1929. 12°. 172p. Universal 
peace 
Same in Church, W. W. ed. Curtain! 
Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 

1928-29 (abridged) 
Moses, M. J. ed. Dramas of 
modernism and their fore- 
runners 

Nichols, Robert Malise Bowyer, 1893- and 
Tully, Jim, 1888- 
Twenty below; being a drama of the 
road. London. Holden. 1927. 12°. 
91p. 

Nicholson, Kenyon, 1894- 

Barker; a play of carnival life in three 

acts. N.Y. French. 1927. 12°. 150p. 

Hint to brides; a comedy in one act. 

N.Y. cl923. 12°. 
Man pays; a comedy in one act. Boston. 

Baker. cl927. 12°. 16p. 
Marriage of little Eva. Comedy. 1 act 
In Shay, F. ed. Fifty more contem- 
porary one-act plays 
Snake eater. Comedy. 1 act 

In One-act plays for stage and study, 
ser. 4 
Tell me your troubles; a farce-comedy in 
three acts. . . (based on a short story 
of the same name by Meredith 
Nicholson). N.Y. French. cl928. 
12°. 113p. 
Torch song, a play in prologue and three 
acts. N.Y. French. 1930. 12°. 194p. 
Melodrama 
Wanderlust, a play in one act. Boston. 
Baker. [1920] 12°. 43-60p. 
Same in Phillips, Le R. and Johnson, 
T. eds. Types of modern 
dramatic composition 
Woman forgives, a comedy in one act. 

Boston. Baker. cl927. 12°. 15p. 
Words and music. Comedy. 1 act 
In One-act plays for stage and study, 
ser. 5 

Nicholson, Kenyon and Barrows, Thomas 

Two weeks off; a summertime comedy. 
N.Y. French. cl927. 12°. 102p. 



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INDEX TO PLAYS 



Nicholson, Kenyon and Behrman, Samuel 

Bedside manners; a comedy of convales- 
cence. N.Y. French. cl924. 12°. 
18p. 
Nicholson, Kenyon and DeSola, Alis 
Shame the devil; a drama in one act. 
N.Y. Appleton. 1928. 12°. 27p. 
Nicholson, Kenyon, 1894- and Golden, John, 
1874- 
Eva the fifth, the odyssey of a Tom 
show in three acts. N.Y. French. 
1928. 12°. 181p. 
Nicholson, Kenyon and Knox, Charles 
Here's to your health! an adventure of a 
medicine man in three acts. N.Y. 
French. 1927. 12°. 85p. 
Nicholson, Kenyon and Pendray, G. E. 
Organ. 1 act 
In Clark, B. H. and Cook, T. R. eds. 
One-act plays 
Nicholson, Kenyon, 1894- and Robinson, 
Charles 
Sailor, beware! a play. Variations on a 
familiar theme in eight scenes. N.Y. 
Farrar. il933i 259p. 
Noel-Paton, M. H. 

Hidden people; a short play. London. 
Allen. [1933] 12°. 64p. Based on the 
ballads of Tam Lin and Thomas the 
Rymer 
Norris, Kathleen, 1880- 

Victoria; a play in four acts and twelve 
scenes. Garden City, N.Y. Double- 
day. 1934. 12°. 140p. Queen Victoria 
Norris, Kathleen, 1880- and Totheroh, Dan 
Kelly Kid. Comedy. 1 act 
In Clark, B. H. and Cook, T. R. eds. 
One-act plays 
Phillips, Le R. and Johnson, T. eds. 
Types of modern dramatic com- 
position 
Norton, Bert J. 

Digging up the dirt, a comedy in three 
acts; adapted by William M. Sloane 
IIL N.Y. Longmans. 1931. 12°. 129p. 
Novello, Ivor, 1893- 

Truth game; a light comedy in three acts. 
N.Y. French. cl929. 8°. 72p. 
Noyes, Alfred, 1880- 
Robin Hood. 1 act 
In Hampden, J. ed. Eight modern 
plays 
O'Brien, James Henry 

Marching men; a play in one act. N.Y. 
French. 1927. 12°. 18p. 
O'Brien, Seumas, 1880- 

Birdcatcher. Elopement. 1 act 
In Shay, F. ed. Fifty more contem- 
porary one-act plays 
Christmas eve. 1 act 
In One-act plays for stage and study, 
ser. 4 
Shay, F. ed. Appleton book of 
Christmas plays 
Wild boar. Allegory of Ireland. 1 act 
In Poet Lore 38:536 
O'Casey, Sean 

Juno and the paycock 

In Canfield, C. ed. Plays of the Irish 
renaissance 
Cordeil, R. A. ed. Representative 
modern plays 



Dickinson, T. H. ed. Chief contem- 
porary dramatists, ser. 3 
Watson, E. B. and Pressey, B. eds. 
Contemporary drama : English and 
Irish plays 
Plough and the stars. Tragedy. 4 acts 
In Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 1927- 
28 (abridged) 
Shadow of a gunman, a tragedy in two 
acts. N.Y. French. cl932. 12°. 48p. 
Silver Tassie; a tragi-comedy in four 
acts. N.Y. Macmillan. 1928. 12°. 140p. 
Within the gates; a play in four scenes 
in a London park. London. Macmil- 
lan. 1933. 12°. 203p. 
O'Connell, Wilkeson 

Lie. Revolutionary Carolina. 1 act 
In Koch, F. H. ed. Carolina folk 
comedies 
O'Connor, Patricia 

My dear! Comedy. 1 act 
In Johnson, T. ed. Diminutive com- 
edies 
O'Dea, Mark 

Song of Solomon. Episode. 1 act 
In Clark, B. H. and Cook, T R. eds. 
One-act plays 

Odets, Clifford 
Awake and sing. N.Y. Random House. 
1935. 3 acts 
Same in Three plays 
Till the day I die. Hitler's Germany. 
7 scenes 
In Three plays 

Waiting for Lefty, and Till the day 
I die 
Waiting for Lefty. 6 episodes 
In Three plays 

Waiting for Lefty, and Till the day 
I die 
Offenbach, Jacques, 1819-1880 

La Perichole. Melodrama. 3 acts 
In Plays of the Moscow Art Theatre 
musical studio 1925 
Oglesbee, Delle Houghton 

Ten fingers of Francois. Christmas. 1 act 

In Schaufifler, R. H. and Sanford, A. 

P. eds. Plays for our American 

holidays, v. 1 

O'Higgins, Harvey Jerrold, 1876- and Ford, 

Harriet, 1868- 

Argyle case; a drama in four acts . . . 

with the co-operation of William J. 

Burns. N.Y. French. cl927. 12°. 128p. 

Old P. G.; a play in three acts. N.Y. 

French. cl928. 12°. Sip. 
Orphan Aggie; a romantic comedy. N.Y. 
French. cl927. 12°. 96p. 

Okamoto, Kido, 1872- 

American envoy (Townsend Harris), a 

play; tr. by Masano Inouye. Kobe. 

J. L. Thompson. 1931. 12°. 56p. 
Human pillar; a drama in one act; tr. 

from the Japanese by Zoe Kinkaid 

and Hanso Tarao. N.Y. French. 

cl928. 12°. 27p. 
Lady Hosokawa, an historical drama in 

two acts; tr. from the Japanese by 

Asataro Miyameri. 
In Poet Lore 37:[No. 1] :1 



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61 



Mask-maker; a drama in three acts; 
adapted and prepared for stage pro- 
duction by Zoe Kinkaid, from the 
translation of Hanso Tarao. N.Y. 
French. 1928. 12^ 28p. 

Olcott, Virginia 

Alphabet tree. Juvenile 

In Industrial plays for young people 
April fool. Juvenile. 1 act 

In Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, A. 
P. eds. Plays for our American 
holidays, v. 2 
Blue flower of home. Juvenile 

In Household plays for young people 
Cart-load of kettles. Juvenile 

In Household plays for young people 
Cave of the Fates. Nev^r Year. 1 act 

In Schauflfler, R. H. and Sanford, A. 
P. eds. Plays for our American 
holidays, v. 2 
Crystal cave. Juvenile 

In Industrial plays for young people 
Fire of icicles. Juvenile 

In Industrial plays for young people 
Golden locket of darkness. Juvenile 

In Household plays for young people 
Jewel boy of Florence. Juvenile 

In Industrial plays for young people 
Mademoiselle Cocoon. Juvenile 

In Industrial plays for young people 
Magic cargoes. Juvenile 

In Household plays for young people 
Offering of mirrors. Juvenile 

In Household plays for young people 
Rainbow robe. Juvenile 

In Household plays for young people 
Runaway simnel cake. Juvenile 

In Household plays for young people 
Secret under the berry moon. Juvenile 

In Household plays for young people 
Seven spinning meisjes. Juvenile 

In Industrial plays for young people 
T'ien Jung and the eight immortals. 
China 

In Industrial plays for young people 
Wonder watch of the Jura. Juvenile 

In Industrial plays for young people 

O'Neill, Eugene, 1888- 

Ah, Wilderness! N.Y. Random house. 
[cl933i 8°. lS9p. Adolescence. 3 acts 
Same in Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 
1933-34 (abridged) 
All God's chillun's got wings. Race 
prejudice. 2 acts 
In Nine plays 
Beyond the horizon. Social. 3 acts 
In Whitman, C. H. Seven contem- 
porary plays 
Bound east for Cardiff. Sea. 1 act 
In Clark, B. H. and Nicholson, K. eds. 
American scene 
Days without end. N.Y. Random house. 
1934. 12°. Dual personality. 4 acts 
Desire under the elms. Sex. 3 acts 
In Nine plays 

Moses, M. J. ed. Dramas of mod- 
ernism and their forerunners 
Diff'rent. Mistakes. 2 acts 
In Cordell, R. A. ed. Representative 
modern plays 



Dreamy kid. Negro. 1 act 
In Isaacs, E. J. ed. Plays of American 
life and fantasy 
Locke, A. Le R. and Gregory, M. 
eds. Plays of Negro life 
Dynamo. N.Y. Liveright. 1929. 12°. 159p. 

Tragedy. 3 acts 
Emperor Jones. Negro, tragedy. 8 
scenes 
In Nine plays 

Church, V. W. ed. Curtain! 
Dickinson, T. H. ed. Chief contem- 
porary dramatists, ser. 3 
Locke, A. Le R. and Gregory, M. 

eds. Plays of Negro life 
McDermott, J. F. ed. Modern plays 
Tucker, S. M. ed. Modern plays 
Watson, E. B. and Pressey, B. eds. 
Contemporary drama. American 
plays 
Great God Brown. Fantasy. 4 acts 
In Nine plays 

Steeves, H. R. ed. Plays from the 

modern theatre 
Tucker, S. M. ed. Twenty-five mod- 
ern plays 
Hairy ape. Social. 8 scenes 

In Nine plays 
He. Obsession. 1 act 
In Clark, B. H. and Cook, T. R. eds. 
One-act plays 
Cohen, H. L. ed. One act plays by 

modern authors. 1934 edition 
Goldstone, G. A. ed. One-act plays 
Pence, R. W. ed. Dramas by 
present-day writers 
Lazarus laughed; a play for an imagina- 
tive theatre. N.Y. Boni. 1927. 12°. 
179p. Symbolic masque 
Same in Nine plays 
Long voyage home; a play in one act 

In Smart Set anthology 
Marco millions. Satire. 3 acts 
In Nine plays 

Chandler, F. W. and Cordell, R. A. 
eds. Twentieth century plays 
Moon of the Caribbees. Sea. 1 act 
In Shay, F. ed. Fifty more contem- 
porary one-act plays 
Mourning becomes Electra. A trilogy. 
N.Y. Liveright. 1931. 12°. 256p. 14 
scenes 
Same in Nine plays 

Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 
1931-32 (abridged) 
Strange interlude. N.Y. Boni. 1928. 8°. 
352p. Freudian. 9 acts 
Same in Nine plays 

Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 
1927-28 (abridged) 
Where the cross is made. Sea. 1 act 
In Tucker, S. M. ed. Twelve one-act 
plays for study and production 

Openshaw, Charles Elton 

All the king's horses; comedy in three 
acts. N.Y. French. cl927. 8°. 66p. 

O'Ryan, Anne Wynne 

Angel cake; a comedy in three acts. 

N.Y. French. 1928. 12°. 84p. 
Things; a comedy in three acts. N.Y. 

French. 1923. 80p. 



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INDEX TO PLAYS 



Osborn, Paul 

Vinegar tree, a play. N.Y. Farrar. 1931. 
12°. 180p. Comedy. 3 acts 
Osborne, Hubert 

Mary's lamb. Hartford, Conn. Hay- 
lofters CO. 1927. 12°. 37p. 1 act 
Osborne, Marian 

Point of view. Comedy of manners. 1 act 
In Massey, V. ed. Canadian plays 
from Hart House theatre, v. 1 
"Sappho and Phaon, a lyrical drama. To- 
ronto. Alacmillan. 1926. 12°. 68p. 
Osgood, Erastus 
Affair at the "Sea Gull"; a comedy drama 
in three acts. N.Y. French. 1928. 
12°. 67p. 
Cupid scores a touchdown; a comedy in 
three acts. N.Y. French cl927. 12°. 
68p. 
Erastus; a farce comedy in two acts. 
N.Y. French. 1927. 12°. 35p. 

Ostrovskii, Aleksandr Nicolaevich, 1823- 
1886 
Cat has not always carnival. Moscow. 
4 acts 
In Poet Lore 40:317 
Fairy gold. Comedy. 5 acts 

In Poet Lore 40:1 
Forest; comedy in five acts. N.Y. French. 

cl926. 12°. 126p. 
Last sacrifice; a comedy in five acts 

In Poet Lore 39:317 
Poor bride. Comedy. 5 acts 
In Noyes, G. R. ed. Masterpieces of 
the Russian drama 
Thunderstorm, drama in five acts. N.Y. 
French. cl927. 12°. 83p. 

Ould, Harmon, 1886- 

Ada Wodderspoon, a play in four acts. 

Boston. Baker. cl932. 80p. 78p. 
Between sunset and dawn. A play in four 
scenes. London. Sidgwick. 1914. 12°. 
75p. 
Black virgin; a play in four acts. Lon- 
don. Palmer. 1922. 12°. 87p. 
Discovery. Columbus. 1 act 
In Hampden, J. ed. Eight modern 
plays 
Joan the maid. Historical. 1 act 

In Modern short plays, ser. 2 
Light comedian, a comedy in three acts. 

London. Benn. 1928. 12°. 93p. 
Miser of Rogafjord; a play in one act. 

London. Deane. 1931. 12°. 19p. 
Moon rides high; a play in three acts. 
Oxford. Blackwell. 1927. 12°. 106p. 
Pathfinder. David Livington. 1 act 
In Marriott, J. W. ed. One-act plays 
of to-day. ser. 5 
Peter the pied piper. London. Oxford 

Univ. press. 1924. 12°. 31p. 6 scenes 
Piper laughs; a play in ten scenes. Lon- 
don. Benn. 1927. 12°. 77p. 
Princess Mirabelle and the swineherd; 
a play for young people. N.Y. 
French. 1929. 12°. 31p. 
Shim Sham; or, Prepopterops the giant; 
or, Betty's dream, a play for chil- 
dren. N.Y. French. cl930. 12°. 22p. 



Oursler, Fulton, 1893- and Brentano, Lowell 

Spider; a mystery melodrama in three 
acts. N.Y. French. cl932. 12°. 125p. 
Oursler, Fulton, 1893- and Kennedy, Aubrey 
Behold this dreamer; a play in four acts 
(based on Fulton Oursler's novel of 
same name). N.Y. French. cl930. 12°. 
97p. 
Page, Mann 

House afire, a comedy in three acts. N.Y. 
French. cl930. 12°. 83p. 
Page, Mann, joint author. See Dickey, Paul 

and Page, Mann 
Pailleron, 6douard Jules Henri, 1834-1899 
Spark. Comedy. 1 act 
In Poet Lore 38:373 
Pain, Mrs. Barry 

Vicious circle. 1 scene 

In Johnson, T. ed. More plays in 
miniature 
Pakington, Hon. Mary Augusta, 1875- 
Black horseman; a play in one act. Ox- 
ford. Blackwell. 1929. 12°. 40p. 
Cats and kittens. Comedy. 1 act 
In Hampden, J. ed. Four new plays 
for women and girls 
Doctor's engagements; comedetta in one 
act. London. French. cl903. 12°. 16p. 
Experiment; a play in one act. Lon- 
don. Allen. 1932. 12°. 34p. Telepathy 
Same in Marriott, J. W. ed. Best one- 
act plays of 1932 
House with the twisty windows. 1 act 
In Hampden, J. ed. Ten modern plays 
Schofield, S. ed. Marble gods, and 
other one-act plays 
Poet's corner. 1 act 
In Marriott, J. W. ed. Best one-act 
plays of 1931 
Polar post, drama in one act. N.Y. 

French. 1929. 12°. 20p. 
Scarlet mantle; a play in one act. N.Y. 

French. cl928. 12°. 24p. 
Tear up the joker! a play in one act. 

N.Y. French. cl931. 12°. 21p. 
True likeness, a fantasy of the middle 
ages in two acts and four scenes. 
London. Benn. 1928. 12°. 77p. 
Paradis, Mrs. Marjorie Bartholomew 

New freedom, a comedy in three acts. 
N.Y. French. [cl931j 12°. 167p. 
Paramore, Edward E. jr. 

Set a thief; a mystery melodrama in three 
acts. N.Y. French. (cl927i 12°. 107p. 
Parke, James Hambright, 1905- 
Atonement; a tragedy in one act 

In Poet Lore 41:59 
It runs in the family; a mystery comedy 
in three acts. Philadelphia. Penn. 12°. 
Same in Prize plays of 1927-28. v. 2 
Parker, Mrs. Dorothy (Rothschild) 1893- 
and Rice, Elmer L. 1892- 
Close harmony; or, The lady next door, a 
play in three acts. N.Y. French. 1929. 
12°. 91p. 
Parker, Louis Napoleon, 1852- 

Cardinal; a play in four acts. N.Y. French. 

1923. 8°. 69p. 
Change alley; a comedy. London. 1899. 
84p. For private circulation 



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63 



Disraeli. Historical. 4 acts 
In Mantle, B. and Sherman, G. P. eds. 
Best plays of 1909-1919 
Happy life; a comedy in four acts. n. pub. 
(189-?) Printed for private circulation 
only 
In Taunton vale; an original play in 
three acts. Sherbourne. J. C. Sawtell. 
1890 
Love-knot; an original play in four acts. 

Sherbourne. J. C. Sawtell. 1899 
Minuet. French Revolution. 1 act 
In Tucker, S. M. ed. Twelve one-act 
plays for study and production 
Monkey's paw; a story in three scenes 
by W. W. Jacobs; dramatised by 
Louis N. Parker. N.Y. French. 
cl9iq. 12°. 35p. 
Same in Marriott, J. W. ed. One-act 
plays of to-day. ser. 2 
On board the "Golden Hind," 1578; a play 
in one act 
In Hampden J ed. Seven modern plays 
for younger players 
Rosemary, that's for remembrance; a 
comedy in four acts. N.Y. French. 
C1924. 8°. 73p. 
St. George and the dragon; a farcical 
comedy. Sherbourne. J. C. Sawtell. 
1890. 35p. 
Parr, E. P. 

Nurse in charge of the case; a play in 
one act. N.Y. French. cl927. 12°. 28p. 
Parsons, Margaret Colby (Getchell) 1891- 
Elfin knight of the Hallowe'en. Hal- 
lowe'en. 1 act 
In Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, A. 
P. eds. Plays for our American 
holidays, v. 1 
Graduation gifts. 1 act 
In Sanford, A. P. ed. Plays for gradua- 
tion days 
Hansel and Gretel. Fairy. 1 act 
In Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, A. P. 
eds. Plays for our American 
holidays, v. 1 
Massa Linkum's sojer 

In Sanford, A. P. ed. Lincoln plays 
Mothers they forgot. Mother's Day. 1 act 
In Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, A. P. 
eds. Plays for our American holi- 
days. V. 4 
Prophecy. 1 act 
In Johnson, T. ed. Plays about George 
Washington 
Sailing west to find the east. Columbus. 
1 act 
In Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, A. P. 
eds. Plays for our American holi- 
days. V. 4 

Passano, Leonard Magruder, 1866- 

Family affair; a comedy. Boston. Four 
Seas. rcl927i 12°. 48p. 
Paull, Harry Major, 1854- 

Back to the college; a play in one act, 
for seven girls. N.Y. French. cl923. 
12°. 21p. 
Gentleman whip. An original comedy in 
one act. London. French. 1895. 12°. 
20p. 



In Nelson's days; a play in one act. 

London. French. 1896. 12°. 22p. 
Merrifield's ghost. An original comedy 
in one act. London. French. 1896. 
12°. 16p. 
Mrs. Larkin's lodger; a play for boys in 
one act. N.Y. French. cl927. 12°. 20p. 
Unknown star. A Christmas mystery 
play in prose and verse 
In 19 Cent. 86:1065 
Paulton, Edward Antonio, 1868- 

Half the better half; a comedy in one 

act. N.Y. French. cl926. 12°. 19p. 
Her temporary husband; a comedy in 
three acts. N.Y. French. cl927. 12°. 
117p. 
Stone lady; a farcical comedy in three 
acts; an up-to-date version of the 
famous comedy "Niobe all Smiles." 
N.Y. French. cl926. 12°. 106p. 
Your uncle Dudley; a farce in three acts. 
Based on "The noble Art," by Eille 
Norwood. N.Y. French. cl928. 12°. 
124p. 
Paulton, Edward, joint author. Sec Dodge, 
Henry Irving, Marston, Laurence, 
and Paulton, Edward 
Peabody, Josephine Preston (Mrs. Lionel 
Simeon Marks) 1874-1922 
Fortune and men's eyes. Historical. 
Shakespeare's sonnets. 1 act 
In Collected plays 
Marlowe. Historical. 5 acts 

In Collected plays 
Piper. Symbolic. 4 acts 

hi Collected plays 
Portrait of Mrs. W. Mary Wollstone- 
craft. 3 acts 
In Collected plays 
Wings. Northumbria. 1 act 

In Collected plays 
Wolf of Gubbio. Comedy. 3 acts 
In Collected plays 
Peacey, Howard 

Island of destiny; a modern tragedy. 
London. Sidgwick. 1933. 12°. lllp. 
Ireland 
Warren Hastings; a play in four acts. 
London. Cayme Press. 1928. 12°. 
131p. 
Peach, L. duGarde 
Cross calling. 1 act 
In Ever ready plays 
Light and shade. 1 act 

In Ever ready plays 
Matter of course. 1 act 

In Ever ready plays 
Night of horror. 1 act 

In Ever ready plays 
Parting 

In More ever ready plays 
Reggie makes complaint 

In More ever ready plays 
Sale by auction, a comedy in one act. 

Boston. Baker. 1926. 12°. 16p. 
Stranger 

In More ever ready plays 
Stung 

In More ever ready plays 
Wave lengths 
In More ever ready plays 



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INDEX TO PLAYS 



Peach, L. du Garde — Continued 
While shepherds watch. 1 act 

In Ever ready plays 
Wind o' the moors. Derbyshire. 1 act. 
In Shay, F. ed. Fifty more contem- 
porary one-act plays 
Pearmain, John 

Old Moore's almanac. Farce. 1 act 
In Hampden, J. ed. Three modern 
plays and a mime 
Pearn, Violet A. 

Invisible playmate, a play in three acts. 
N.Y. French. cl930. 8°. 65p. 
Pearse, Padraic H. 1880-1916 
Singer. Patriotism. 1 act 

In Cantield, C. ed. Plays of the Irish 
renaissance 
Peat, Telfair 

Newr moon. Fantasy. 1 act 
In Koch, F. H. ed. Carolina folk come- 
dies 
Pellerin, J. 

Forgotten room 
In Bourne, J. ed. Eight new plays for 
boys and girls 
Peltret, Eduard, joint author. See Savage, 
George Milton and Peltret, Edouard 
Pemberton, Anemone 

Nelagony, or Good Water. Indian. 1 act 
In Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, A. P. 
eds. Plays for our American holi- 
days, v. 4 
Pendray, G. E. 

Organ. Homesteaders. 1 act 

In Clark, B. H. and Nicholson, K. eds. 
American scene 
Pendray, G. E. joint author. See Nicholson, 

Kenyon and Pendray, G. E. 
Peretz, Isaac Leibush L. 

Sewing of the wedding gown. 1 act 
In White, B. F. trans. Nine one-act 
plays from the Yiddish 
Peretz, Isaac Loeb. See Perez, Isaac Loeb 
Perez, Isaac Loeb, 1851-1915 

After the funeral. Death. 1 act 
In Block, E. ed. One act plays from 
the Yiddish, ser. 2 
Of an early morning. 1 act 
In Block, E. ed. One act plays from 
the Yiddish, ser. 2 
Sisters. Comedy. 1 act 
In Block, E. ed. One act plays from 
the Yiddish, ser. 2 
Perez Galdos, Benito, 1845-1920 
Electra. Symbolic. 5 acts 
In Tucker, S. M. ed. Modern con- 
tinental plays 
Perkins, Eleanor Ellis, joint author. See 
Meaker, Isabelle J. and Perkins, Eleanor 
Ellis 
Pertwee, Roland, 1885- 
Counsel's opinion. 1 act 

In One-act plays for stage and study, 
ser. 7 
Early birds; a sketch in one act. N.Y. 

French. cl927. 12°. 21p. 
Heat wave. Oriental. 3 acts 

In Five three-act plays 
Honours easy, a play in three acts. N.Y. 
French. cl932. 8°. 71p. 



Speaking terms. 1 act 
In One-act plays for stage and study, 
ser. 6 
Voice said "goodnight"; a play in one 
act. N.Y. French. cl928. 12°. 20p. 
Pertwee, Roland and Dearden, Harold 
Interference, a play in three acts. N.Y. 
French. cl929. 12°. 85p. 
Peters, Paul and Sklar, George 

Stevedore; a play in three acts. N.Y. 
Covici. cl934. 8°. 123p. Negro. 3 acts 
Peterson, Agnes E. 
Gilt-edged. 1 act 
In Hughes, G. ed. Short plays for 
modern players 
Phelps, George Harrison and Pitkin, Max- 
well Irving 
Pearl thief. Comedy. 1 act 
In Players book of one act plays, ser. 1 
Phelps, Pauline 

Adolescent young; a satirical farce in 
one act. N.Y. French. cl927. 12°. 
29p. 
Blue ribbon hat; a play in one act. N.Y. 

French. cl930. 12°. 25p. 
Cyclone for a cent, a farce in one act. 

Boston. Baker. 1894. 12°. 17p. 
Home, sweet home; a comedy in one act. 

N.Y. French. 1929. 12°. 24p. 
I know George Washington. 1 act 

In New plays for women and girls 
Moon and the moonstruck; a play in one 
act. N.Y. French. [1930) 12°. 19p. 
Night club girl. 1 act 

In New plays for women and girls 
Pease and beans; a one-act satirical farce. 

N.Y. French. cl928. 12°. 37p. 
Shakespearian conference [a drama]. N.Y. 

Werner. 1901. 12°. 15p. 
Sister Sally, a farce comedy in three 
acts. Boston. Baker. [cl933] 12°. 118p. 
Sprightly Widow Bartlett; a colonial play 
in one act. N.Y. French. cl930. 12°. 
25p. 
Phelps, Pauline and Short, Marion 

Flour girl; a comedy in three acts. N.Y. 

French. cl927. 12°. 82p. 
Impatience of Job, a character comedy 
in three acts. N.Y. French. cl932. 12°. 
lOOp. 
Jack's brother's sister; a sketch in one 

act. Boston. Baker. 1916 
Ryerson mystery, a play in three acts. 

N.Y. French. cl933. 12°. 87p. 
Shavings, a comedy in three acts . . . 
from J. C. Lincoln's story. N.Y. 
French. cl930. 12°. 102p. 
Phillips, LeRoy, 1870- 

Mother of Washington. Historical. 1 act 
In Johnson, T. ed. Washington anniver- 
sary plays 
Phillips, Marguerite Kreger 

Boy who found the king; a Christmas 
play in three episodes . . . adapted 
from the story of the same name by 
Raymond A-IcDonald Alden. N.Y. 
French. cl929. 8°. 32p. 
Once in a palace; a comedy in three acts. 
Chicago. Dramatic pub. co. (1931i 8°. 
73p. 



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Phillips, Stephen, 1868-1915 

Harold; a chronicle play: with an intro- 
duction by Arthur Symons. 3 acts 
Phillpotts, Adelaide Eden 

Akhnaton; a play. London. Butterworth. 

[1926] 12°. 237p. Egypt 
Arachne. London. Palmer. [cl920i 8°. 

45p. 2 scenes 
Camillus and the school-master; a play 
in one act. London. Gowans. 1923. 
24°. 23p. 
Savitri, the faithful; a play in one act. 
London. Gowans. 1923. 24°. 27p. 
Phillpotts, Adelaide Eden, joint author. See 
Phillpotts, Eden and Phillpotts, Adel- 
aide Eden 
Phillpotts, Eden, 1862- 

Bert; a play in one act. N.Y. French. 

cl932. 12°. 20p. 
Blue comet; a comedy in three acts. N.Y. 
Macmillan. 1927. 12°. 281p. Also 
French 
Buy a broom; a comedy in three acts. 
London. Duckworth. [1929] 16°. 143p. 
Cup of happiness, a comedy in three acts. 
London. Duckworth. (1933i 12°. 127p. 
Devonshire cream. English rural life. 
3 acts 
In Devonshire cream 
Farmer's wife, a comedy in three acts. 
N.Y. French. cl929. 8°. 102p. 
Same in Devonshire plays 
Good old days, a comedy in three acts. 

N.Y. Duckworth. 1932. 12°. 124p. 
Jane's legacy, a folk play in three acts. 

Duckworth. [1931] 12°. 133p. 
Market-money. 1 act 
In Three short plays 
Purple bedroom. 1 act 
In Three short plays 

IVlodern short plays, ser. 2 
Runaways; a comedy in three acts. Lon- 
don. Duckworth. [1928i 12°. 122p. 
Something to talk about. 1 act 
In Three short plays 

Modern short plays, ser. 1 
Phillpotts, Eden, 1862- and Groves, Charles 
Golden wedding; an original comedy in 
one act. London. French. cl899. 12°. 
22p. 
Phillpotts, Eden, 1862- and Phillpotts, 
Adelaide Eden 
Yellow sands; a comedy in three acts. 
N.Y. French. 1927. 12°. 143p. 
Same in Phillpotts, E. Devonshire plays 
Phipps, A. H. 

More about apples; an old legend in mod- 
ern dress. 1 act 
In Poet Lore 40:144 
Pieratt, Alice 

Day's end. 1 act 

In Clark, B. H. and Nicholson, K. eds. 
American scene 
Pierce, Carl Webster [Adam Applebud, 
pseud.] 1898- 
Guest retainer; a farce in three acts. 

Boston. Baker. 1920. 67p. 
Oh, Kay! A comedy in three acts, in- 
terlarded with mystery and thrills. 
Boston. Baker. (cl927j 12°. 115p. 



Who am I? a one-act comedy. Chicago. 
Denison. (1923) 12°. lOp. 
Pike, Charles Sumner 

Glorious martyr. Historical comedy. 
1 act 
In Players book of one act plays, ser. 1 
String of pearls. Domestic comedy. 
1 act 
In Players book of one act plays, 
ser. 1 
PUcher, Velona, 1894- 

Searcher, a war play. . . London. Heine- 
mann. 1929. 8°. 84p. Impressionistic 
Pinero, Sir Arthur Wing, 1855-1934 

Child man; a sedate farce in three acts. 

London. Chiswick press. 1928. 8°. 

91p. (Printed for use in the theatre, 

not for circulation) 

Hester's mystery; a comedy in one act. 

London. [1890j 24p. 
Iris. Social. 5 acts 
In Cordell, R. A. ed. Representative 
modern plays 
Mid-channel. Social. 4 acts 
In Watson, E. B. and Pressey, B, eds. 
Contemporary drama. English 
and Irish plays, v. 1 
Second Mrs. Tanqueray. Social. 4 acts 
In Steeves, H. R. ed. Plays from the 
modern theatre 
Thunderbolt. Provincial family. 4 acts 
In Chandler, F. W. and Cordell, R. A. 
eds. Twentieth century plays 
Tucker, S. M. ed. Twenty-five mod- 
ern plays 
Trelawny of the "Wells." Comedietta. 
4 acts 
Iti Marriott, J. W. ed. Great modern 
British plays 
Widow of Wasdale Head. Fantasy. 
1 act 
In Clark, B. H. ed. Representative 
one-act plays by British and Irish 
authors 
Pinski, David, 1872- 

Cripples; a comedy in one act. tr. by L 

Goldberg. N.Y. French. 1932. 12p. 
Dollar; a comedy in one act; tr. by I. 

Goldberg. N.Y. French. 1932. 24p. 
Forgotten souls; a drama in one act. N.Y. 

French. 1932. 20p. 
Sorrows. 1 act 
In White, B. F. trans. Nine one-act 
plays from the Yiddish 
Pirandello, Luigi, 1867- 

As you desire me (Come tu mi vuoi) a 
play in three acts; tr. from the Italian 
by Samuel Putnam. N.Y. Putnam. 
[cl931) 12°. 221p. 
At the gate (All'uscita); a profane 
mystery. 1 act 
In One-act plays 
By judgment of court. Superstition. 
1 act 
In One-act plays 
Chee-chee (Cece). Comedy. 1 act 

In One-act plays 
Doctor's duty. (II dovere del medico) 
Ethical. 1 act 
In One-act plays 



66 



INDEX TO PLAYS 



Pirandello, Luigi — Continued 

Each in his own way. Comedy. 2 acts 
In Chandler, F. W. and Cordell, R. A. 
eds. Twentieth century plays 
Henry IV. Historical 
In Watson, E. B. and Pressey, B. eds. 
Contemporary drama: European 
plays 
House with the column. (L'altro figlio) 
Sicily. 1 act 
In One-act plays 
Imbecile. Political. 1 act 

In One-act plays 
Jar. (La Giara) Comedy. 1 act 

In One-act plays 
Man with the flower in his mouth. 
(L'uomo dal fiore in bocca) Dio- 
logue. 1 act 
In One-act plays 
Naked (Vestire gl'igundi). 3 acts 
In Dickinson, T. H. ed. Chief contem- 
porary dramatists, ser. 3 
Our Lord of the ship (La sagra del 
Seignor della Nave). Satire. 1 act 
In One-act plays 
Right you are! (If you think so) Parable. 
3 acts 
In Moses, M. J. ed. Dramas of modern- 
ism and their forerunners 
Sicilian limes. (Lumie di Sicilia) Ro- 
mantic. Sicily. 1 act 
In One-act plays 
_Tonight we improvise; tr. with an in- 
troduction by Samuel Putnam. N.Y. 
Button. 1932. 12°. 231p. Satiric 
tragedy 
Vise (La morsa); an epilogue. 1 act 
In One-act plays 

Pitkin, Maxwell Irving, joint author. See 
Phelps, George Harrison and Pitkin, 
Maxwell Irving 

Pocci, Franz von, 1807-1876 

Casper among the savages. Marionette. 
2 acts 
In McPharlin, P. ed. Repertory of 
marionette plays 

Pohl, Frederick Julius, 1889- 
Cobra's head. Nepal legend. 1 act 

In When things were new 
Embarrassing baby. Farce. 1 act 

In When things were new 
Gas. War. 1 act 

In When things were new 
Gold and the sun god. Peru. 1 act 

In When things were new 
Laugh and grow wise. 1 act 

In When things were new 
Live and grow wise. China. 1 act 

In When things were new 
Love and grow wise. 1 act 

In When things were new 
Made in Paris. Historical. 1 act 

In When things were new 
New god. 1 act 

In When things were new 
Varnishing day. Satirical comedy. 1 act 

In Poet Lore 38:128 



Pollock, Channing, 1880- 

House beautiful, a play in three acts. 
N.Y. French. 1931. 12°. ISOp. Domestic 
life 
Mr. Moneypenny. N.Y. Brentano's. 1928. 
12°. 166p. Modern world 
Pollock, Channing, 1880- and Wolf, Rennold 
Red widow. Musical play. N.Y. Wit- 
mark. 1911. 4°. 129p. 
Popplewell, O. 
Pacifist. 1 act 
In Bourne, J. ed. 8 new one-act plays 
for 1934 
Porras, Antonio 

Adam and Eve; a three act comedy, 
translated from the Spanish by Willis 
Knapp-Jones and Glenn Barr 
In Poet Lore 41:1 
Porter, A. 

Man with the book 
In Hughes, H. et al. eds. Copy, 1928 
Porter, Harold Everett. See Hall, Hol- 

worthy, pseud. 
Pottle, Emery Bernsley. See Emery, Gil- 
bert, pseud. 
Powell, Dawn 
Jig saw; a comedy. N.Y. Farrar. 1934. 
12°. 182p. 
Pratt, Theodore 

Escape. Parental tyranny. 1 act 
In Shay, F. ed. Fifty more contem- 
porary one-act plays 
Price, Graham 

Coming of fair Annie. Romantic. 1 act 
In Webber, J. P. and Webster, H. H. 
eds. One-act plays for secondary 
schools 
Price, Olive M. 
Admiral Christopher. Historical. 1 act 
In Short plays from American history 
and literature, v. 2 
Around the blue wigwam. Indians. 
2 acts 
In Short plays from American history 
and literature [v. 1) 
Black Congo. Abraham Lincoln. 3 acts 
In Short plays from American history 
and literature, v. 2 
Boy in blue. Patriotism. 1 act 
In Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, A. 
P. eds. Plays for our American 
holidays, v. 3 
"La Capitaine." Mollie Pitcher. 3 acts 
In Short plays from American history 
and literature, v. 2 
Evangeline. Colonial life. 4 acts 
In Short plays from American history 
and literature [v. li 
Gateway of tomorrow; an Americaniza- 
tion play in four scenes. St. Paul. 
Scott-Mitchell [cl929i 12°. 48p. 
Gifts of the gods. St. Valentine's day. 
1 act 
In Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, A. P. 
eds. Plays for our American holi- 
days. V. 1 
Hiawatha. Indian. 7 scenes 
In Short plays from American history 
and literature iv. li 



AUTHOR INDEX 



67 



Lantern light. Witchcraft. 3 acts 
In Short plays from American history 
and literature [v. li 
Little Lady Dresden. Mount Vernon. 

1 act 

In Short plays from American history 
and literature (v. 1) 
Maytime in Plymouth. Historical. 3 acts 
In Short plays from American history 
and literature, v. 2 
Memories. Commencement pageant. 1 act 
In Short plays from American history 
and literature [v. 1) 
Red dusk. Indian fantasy. 1 act 
In Short plays from American history 
and literature, v. 2 
Sandman's pack o' dreams. 1 act 
In Johnson, T. ed. Washington an- 
niversary plays 
Washington marches on; a play on the 
life of George Washington. N.Y. 
French [cl931i 12°. 146p. 
West o' the AUeghanies. Pioneers. 1 act 
In Short plays from American history 
and literature, v. 2 
White asters. World war. 3 acts 

In Short plays from American history 
and literature [v. li 
Young Hale of Connecticut. Historical. 

2 acts 

In Short plays from American history 
and literature, v. 2 

Pride, Leo Boyan, 1896- 
Aftermath. Coal fields 
hi Shadow of the mine, and other plays 
of the coal fields 
Barbarians. Coal fields 
In Shadow of the mine, and other plays 
of the coal fields 
Clark, B. H. and Nicholson, K. eds. 
American scene 
Devils. Coal fields 
In Shadow of ^le mine, and other plays 
of the coal fields 
Fortune's hired man. Coal fields 
In Shadow of the mine, and other plays 
of the coal fields 
Foursquare. Coal fields 
In Shadow of the mine, knd other plays 
of the coal fields 
Haunted coal mine. Superatural. 1 act 
In One-act plays for stage and study, 
ser. 5 

On the way home. Coal fields 
In Shadow of the mine, and other plays 
of the coal fields 
Shadow of the mine. Coal fields 
In Shadow of the mine, and other plays 
of the coal fields 

Priestley, John Boynton, 1894- 

Dangerous corner, a play in three acts. 
London. Heinemann. (1932i 12°. 85p. 
Comedy 

Laburnum grove; an immoral comedy in 
three acts. London. Heinemann. 
[1934] 12°. 107p. 

Roundabout, a comedy in three acts. 
London. Heinemann. [1933] 12°. 114p. 



Pryce, Richard, 1864- 

Helen with the high hand; a play in three 
acts. Adapted from Arnold Ben- 
nett's novel. N.Y. French. [1914] 12°. 
103p. 
Little Mrs. Cummin, a comedy in three 
acts; adapted from "The Eglamore 
portraits," by Mary E. Mann. N.Y. 
French. cl910. 12°. 97p. 
Visit, a play in one act . . . adapted from 
"Freddy's ship," a story by Mary 
E. Mann. N.Y. French. cl910. 12°. 
24p. 
Quintero. See Alvarez Quintero, Serafin 

and Joaquin 
Raisin, Abraham. See Reisen, Abraham 
Raleigh, Sir Walter, 1861-1922 
Riddle. Comedy. 1 act 

In Modern short plays, ser. 2 
Ranck, Edwin Carty 

Night riders; a play in three acts. Cam- 
bridge. Harvard Dram. club. [cl911) 
8°. 6Sp. 
Weakest link. Philadelphia. Penn. 1928. 
12°. 3 acts 
In Prize plays of 1927 
Rappoport Solmon, 1863-1920 (S. Ansky, 
pseud.) 
Dybbuk. Spirit possession. 4 acts 
In Dickinson, T. H. ed. Chief contem- 
porary dramatists, ser. 3 
Father and son. A play in one act. tr. 
by Bessie White. Boston. Baker. 
[1932i 12°. 28p. 
Ratcliffe, Mrs. Dorothy Una (Clough) 
Blind man of Hiltune. 1 act 
In Blind man of Hiltune, and two other 
plays 
Courting of Margaret Ruth. Folk play. 
1 act 
In Blind man of Hiltune, and two other 
plays 
Desormais. Shepherd's play. 1 act 
In Blind man of Hiltune, and two other 
plays 
Modern short plays, ser. 2 
The gone away; a romance of the dales, 
in three acts. London. Lane. 1930. 
4°. 96p. 
Gypsy Dorelia; a story-play in three 
acts. London. Lane. (1932) 8°. 123p. 
Mary of Scotland in Wensleydale. His- 
torical. 2 pts. 
In Modern short plays, ser. 3 
Nathaniel Baddeley, bookman; a play for 
the fireside in one act. Leeds. Swan 
press. 1924. 8°. 50p. 
Rath, Frederick 

First night, a melodrama in three acts. 
N.Y. French. cl931. 12°. 98p. 
Raymond, Ernest, 1888- 

Berg, a play in three acts. London. Benn. 

1929. 12°. 78p. 
Multabello road; a play in three acts. 
London. Cassell. [1933) 12°. 126p. 
Raymond, Sister Mary 
Her mother's daughter 

In Easy plays for amateurs 
In the hall of statuary 
In Easy plays for amateurs 



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INDEX TO PLAYS 



Raymond, Sister Mary — Continued 
Landing of Columbus 

In Easy plays for amateurs 
Learn to give by giving 

In Easy plays for amateurs 
Little deserter 

In Easy plaj's for amateurs 
Power of woman 

In Easy plays for amateurs 
Tangled threads 
In Easy plays for amateurs 
Raynal, Paul 

Unknown warrior; a tragedy in three 
acts; tr. by Cecil Lewis. N.Y. Cen- 
tury. 1928. 12°. 289p. 
Reed, Howard, 1885- 

Boomer, a rural comedy in three acts. 

N.Y. Longmans. 1928. 12°. 121p. 
Buzzin' around; a comedv in three acts. 

Boston. Baker. 1929. 'l2°. lS8p. 
Drums' of death; a mystery play in three 
acts. Chicago. Dramatic pub. co. 
tcl930i 12°. llOp. 
Sound your horn! a comedy in three acts. 
Chicago. Dramatic pub. co. [cl931] 
12°. 96p. 
Town Hall — tonight; a comedy in one 
act. N.Y. Longmans. 1928. 12°. 38p. 
Reed, Mark White 

Let's get rich, an American comedy in 
three acts. N.Y. French. cl933. 12°. 
94p. 
Skyrocket: a three-act comedy. N.Y. 
French. cl929. 12°. 9Sp. 
Reely, Mary Katharine 

Daily bread. Poverty. 1 act 
In Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, A. P. 
eds. Plays for our American holi- 
days. V. 4 
Lean years. Economy. 1 act 
In Phillips, Le R. and Johnson, T. eds. 
Types of modern dramatic com- 
position 
Reid, Leslie 

Trespasser. Comedy. 3 acts 
In Massey, V. ed. Canadian plays from 
Hart House theatre, v. 2 
Reisen, Abraham 

Brothers; a comedy. Poverty. 1 act 
In Block, E. ed. One-act plays from 
the Yiddish, ser. 2 
Shay, F. ed. Fifty more contem- 
porary one-act plays 
Reisin, Abraham. See Reisen, Abraham 
Remison, A. 

Ding-a-ling (adapted by M. Relonde). 
1 act 
In Jagendorf, M. A. ed. Nine short 
plays 
Reznikoff, Charles 

Abram in Egypt. 1 act 

In Nine plays 
Black death. 1 act 
In Chatterton, Black death, and Meri- 
wether Lewis 
Nine plays 
Captive Israel. 1 act 
In Coral, and Captive Israel 
Nine plays 



Chatterton. Historical. 1 act 
In Chatterton, Black death, and Meri- 
wether Lewis 
Nine plays 
Coral. 1 act 
In Coral, and Captive Israel 
Nine plays 
Genesis. 1 act 
In Nine plays 
Meriwether Lewis. 1 act 
In Chatterton, Black death, and Meri- 
wether Lewis 
Nine plays 
Rashi. 

In Nine plaj^s 
Uriel Acosta: a play . . . N.Y. Cooper 
press. [cl921] 
Same in Nine plays 
Rhodes, Harrison, joint author. See Benri- 
mo, J. H. and Rhodes, Harrison Gar- 
field 
Rice, Cale Young, 1872- 
Arduin. Alchemy. 1 act 

/n Selected plays and poems 
Charles di Tocca. Historical. 4 acts 

In Selected plays and poems 
David. Biblical. 4 acts 

In Selected plays and poems 
Gerhard of Ryle. Cologne. 1 act 

In Selected plays and poems 
Giorgione. Renaissance. 1 act 
In Selected plays and poems 
Immortal lure. India. 1 act 
In Selected plays aud poems 
Mihrima. Astrology. 1 act 

In Selected plays and poems 
Night in Avignon. Petrarch. 1 act 

In Selected plays and poems 
O'Ume's gods. Japanese. 1 act 

In Selected plays and poems 
Porzia. Betrayal. 3 acts 

In Selected plays and poems 
Swamp bird, a drama. N.Y. Century. 

[cl93l! 12°. 108p. • 
Yolanda of Cyprus. Historical. 4 acts 
In Selected plays and poems 
Rice, Elmer L. 1892- 

Adding machine. Monotony. 7 scenes 

/n Plays of Elmer Rice 
Counsellor-af-law, a play in three acts. 
N.Y. French. 1931. 12°. 298p. Melo- 
drama 
Same in Plays of Elmer Rice 

Famous plays of 1932-33 
Diadem of snow. Romanofifs. 1 act 
In One-act plays for stage and study. 
ser. 5 
House in blind alley, a comedy in three 
acts. N.Y. French. 1932. 12°. 92p. 
Judgment day: a melodrama in three acts. 
N.Y. Coward. 1934. 12°. 201p. Politi- 
cal 
Left bank, a play in three acts. N.Y. 
French. 1931. 12°. 225p. Social 
Same in Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 
1931-32 (abridged) 
On trial. Domestic. 4 acts 

In Mantle, B. and Sherman, G. P. eds. 
Best plays of 1909-1919 
Passing of Chow-Chow; a comedy in one 
act. N.Y. French. 1933. 19p. 



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69 



See Naples and die, a comedy in three 
acts. N.Y. French. 1930. 12°. 182p. 
Same in Plays of Elmer Rice 
Famous plays of 1932 
Street scene, a play in three acts. N.Y. 
French. 1929. 12°. 239p. Street life 
Same in Plays of Elmer Rice 

Chandler, F. W. and Cordell, 
R. A. eds. Twentieth cen- 
tury plays 
Mantle. B. ed. Best plays of 

1928-29 (abridged) 
Six plays 
Subway, a play in nine scenes. N.Y. 
French. 1929. 12°. 153p. Impression- 
istic 
We, the people; a play in twenty scenes. 
N.Y. Coward-McCann. [cl933i 12°. 
253p. 
Same in Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 
1932-33 (abridged) 
Rice, Elmer L. 1892- and Barry, Philip, 
1896- 
Cock Robin, a play in three acts. N.Y. 
French. 1929. 12°. 170p. 
Rice, Elmer L. 1892- , joint author 

See Hughes, Hatcher and Rice, Elmer 
L. ; Parker, Dorothy and Rice, Elmer 
Richardson, Frank Collins, 1870-1917 

Bonnie Dundee, a play in one act. N.Y. 
French. cl910. 12°. 28p. 
Richardson, Willis, 1889- 

Black horseman. Negro. 1 act 
In Richardson, W. ed. Plays and 
pageants from the life of the 
Negro 
Broken banjo. Negro. 1 act 
In Locke, A. LeR. and Gregory, M. eds. 
Plays of Negro life 
Chip woman's fortune. Negro. 1 act 
In Shay, F. ed. Fifty more contem- 
porary one-act plays 
Flight of the natives. Negro. 1 act 
In Locke, A. LeR. and Gregory, M. eds. 
Plays of Negro life 
House of sham. Negro. 1 act 
In Richardson, W. ed. Plays and 
pageants from the life of the 
Negro 
King's dilemma. Negro. 1 act 
In Richardson, W. ed. Plays and 
pageants from the life of the 
Negro 
Riddle, George 

Come here. 1 scene 
In Johnson, T. ed. More plays in 
miniature 
Rideout, Ransom 

Goin' home [a play in three acts] Lon- 
don. Longmans. 1928. 12°. 91p. Ver- 
sailles treaty 
Ridley, Arnold 

Ghost train, a drama in three acts N Y 

French. cl931. 8°. 71p. 
Keepers of youth, a play in four acts. 

London. Benn. 1929. 12°. 92p. 
Third time lucky; a comedy in three acts. 
N.Y. French. 1932. 8°. 70p. 
Riewerts, J. P. joint author. See McOwen, 
Bernard J. and Riewarts, J. P. 



Riggs, Lynn, 1899- 
Big Lake; a tragedy in two parts, as 
produced by the American laboratory 
theatre, New York city. N.Y. French. 
1927. 8°. 81p. 
Green grow the lilacs, a plav. N.Y. 
French. 1931. 8°. 106p. Comedy. 
3 acts 
Same in Alantle, B. ed. Best plays of 
1930-31 (abridged) 
Knives from Syria, a play in one act. 
N.Y. French. [cl928i 12°. 26p. 
Same in Clark, B. H. and Cook, T. R. 
eds. One-act plays 
Lantern to see by. Oklahoma 

In Sump'n like wings, and A lantern 
to see by 
Reckless. Texas. 1 act 
In Clark, B. H. and Nicholson, K. eds. 
American scene 
One-act plays for stage and study, 
ser. 4 
Roadside, a comedy . . . foreword by 
Arthur Hopkins. N.Y. French. 1930. 
12°. 158p. 
Sump'n like wings. Oklahoma 
In Sump'n like wings, and A lantern 
to see by 
Riley, Alice Gushing (Donaldson) 1867- 
Little new moon, a fantasy in the Chi- 
nese manner. N.Y. French. cl929. 12°. 
94p. 
Taxi; a comedy in one act. N.Y. French. 

cl927. 12°. 21p. 
Ten minutes by the clock. Comedy. 
1 act 
In Moses, M. J. ed. Ring up the cur- 
tain! 
Uplifting Sadie. 1 act 

In News plays for women and girls 
Valentines; a fantasy in a prologue, a 
first playet, an intermezzo, a second 
playlet and an epilogue. N.Y. French. 
[1927) 12°. 70p. 
Riley, Laurence 

Personal appearance; a new comedy in 

three acts. N.Y. French. 1935. 12°. 

171p. 

Rinehart, Mrs. Mary Roberts, 1876- and 

Hopwood, Avery, 1884- 

Bat, a play of mystery in three acts. N.Y. 

French. cl932. 12°. 140p. 
Seven days, a farce in three acts. N.Y. 
French. cl931. 12°. 138p. 
Ring, Mrs. Lina Barbar (Taylor) 
Are all men like that? 

In Three plays under three flags 
Bit o' dimocrasy 

In Three plays under three flags 
Monsieur Tytgat 

In Three plays under three flags 
$100,000 club paper, a comedy in one act. 
Boston. Baker. 1922. 12°. 34p. 
Ritchey, Belle M. 

They clean the attic. Comedy 

In Snook, L. O. ed. Comedies seven 
Roberts, Carl Eric Bechhofer, 1894- and 
Forester, Cecil Scott, 1899- 
Nurse Cavell; a play in three acts. Lon- 
don. Lane. [cl933) 104p. World war 



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INDEX TO PLAYS 



Roberts, Cyril 

Exit. 1 act 
In Marriott, J. W. ed. Best one-act 
plays of 1931 
Genuine antique, a play. N.Y. French. 

cl928. 12°. 16p. 1 act 
Last rib; a play in one act. N.Y. French. 
cl933. 12°. 26p. Hypnotism 
In Bourne, J. ed. 8 new one-act plays 
of 1933 
So good; a comedy in one act. N.Y. 

French. 1929. 12°. 21p. 
Village industries, a play. N.Y. French. 

cl928. 12°. 21p. 1 act 
Young love, a play. N.Y. French. cl928. 
12°. 19p. 1 act 
Robertson, Marjorie Freeland 

When toys talk; a musical play in one 
act. N.Y. French. (cl928j 12°. 16p. 
Robertson, Thomas William, 1829-1871 
Caste. Comedy. 3 acts 
In Cordell, R. A. ed. Representative 
modern plays 
Marriott, J. W. ed. Great modern 
British plays 

Robertson, William Graham, 1867- 

Archibald; a farce for ten girls. London. 

French. cl919. 12°. 130p. 1 act 
Masque of May morning. London. Lane. 
1904. 4°. 61p. 
Same in Moses, M. J. ed. Ring up the 
curtain! 
Pinkie and the fairies. Drama in three 
acts and in verse. London. Heine- 
mann. 1909. 16°. 146p. 
Slippers of Cinderella. Fairy. 1 act 
In Slippers of Cinderella, etc. 

Hampden, J. ed. Seven modern 

plays for younger players 
Moses, M. J. ed. Another treasury 
of plays for children 

Robertson, William Henderson 

Spring o' the year; a comedy in three 
acts. N.Y. French. cl931. 12°. 150p. 

Robins, Gertrude, 1871-1917 (Mrs. L. B. 
Reynolds) 

After the case 

In Loving as we do, and other plays 
Ilda's Honorable 

In Loving as we do, and other plays 
Loving as we do 

In Loving as we do, and other plays 
Return 

In Loving as we do, and other plays 

Robinson, Edward G. joint author. See 
Swerling, Joseph and Robinson, Edward 
G. 

Robinson, Lennox, 1886- 

Big house; four scenes in its life. Lon- 
don. Macmillan. 1928. 12°. 112p. Ire- 
land 
Same in Plays 

Canfield, C. ed. Plays of the 
Irish renaissance 
Crabbed youth and age. Comedy. 1 act 

In Plays 
Ever the twain, a comedy in three acts. 
London. Macmillan. 1930. 12°. 157p. 



Far-off hills, a comedy in three acts. Lon- 
don. Chatto. 1931. 12°. 85p. 
Sa7ne in Chandler, F. W. and Cordell, 
R. A. eds. Twentieth cen- 
tury plays 
Give a dog — . A play in three acts. Lon- 
don. Alacmillan. 1928. 12°. lOlp. 
Same in Plays 
Is life worth living? an exaggeration in 
three acts. N.Y. Macmillan. 1933. 92p. 
Portrait 
In Plays 

White blackbird, and Portrait 
Round table. Comic tragedy. 3 acts 

In Plays 
White blackbird 
In Plays 

White blackbird, and Portrait 
Whiteheaded boy. Comedy. 3 acts 
In Plays of to-day. ser. 3 
Rockwell, Ethel Gesner 

It is I; a biblical drama. Boston. Baker. 

1927. 12°. 27p. 7 episodes 

Way; a Christmas pageant of peace. 
Boston. Baker. cl927. 12°. 24p. 
Rodenbach, Georges, 1855-1898 
Veil. Belgian. 1 act 
In Shay, F. ed. Fifty more contem- 
porary one-act plays 

Rogers, James Webb, 1822-1896 

Madame Surratt, a drama 'in five acts. 
Washington, D.C. Press of Judd & 
Detweiler. [cl926) 4th ed. 8°. 135p. 

Rogers, John William, jr. 1894- 

Bumblepuppy, a comedy of climate in 
one act. N.Y. French. cl927. 12°. 
21p. 
In Clark, B. H. and Nicholson, K. eds. 
American scene 
Isaacs, J. W. ed. Plays of Ameri- 
can life and fantasy 
Judge Lynch, a drama in one act. N.Y. 
French. cl924. 12°. 22p. Negro 
Same in Locke, A. LeR. and Gregory, 
M. eds. Plays of Negro life 
One act plays for stage and 
study 
Mary means what she says. N.Y. French. 

1928. 12°. 24p. 1 act 

Rescue of Cynthia Ann. Texas. 1 act 
In One-act plays for stage and study, 
ser. 5 
Saved, a play in one act. N.Y. French. 
1926. 12°. 31p. 
Same in Clark, B. H. and Cook, T. R. 
eds. One-act plays 
Wedding presents; a play in one act. 

N.Y. French. cl926. 12°. 18p. 
Women folks; a pneumatic comedy in one 
act. N.Y. French. 1927. 12°. 28p. 

Rogers, Robert Emmons 

Boy Will. Shakespeare. 1 act 
In Cohen, H. L. ed. One-act plays by 
modern authors. 1934 edition 

Rolland, Romain, 1866- 
Liluli. Farce. 1 act 

In Plays of Romain Rolland 

Montespan. Historical. 3 acts 

In Plays of Romain Rolland 



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Palm Sunday; tr. from the French by 
Eugene Lohrke. N.Y. Holt. [1928] 
12°. 147p. French revolution. 23 
scenes 

Revolt of the machines; or, Invention 

run wild; a motion picture fantasy; 

tr. by William A. Drake. Ithaca, 

N.Y. Dragon press. [1932) 12°. 57p. 

Rolvaag, O. E. See Job, Thomas 

Remains, Jules, pseud. (Louis Farigoule) 

1885- 

Peach (La scintillante). Comedy. 1 act 
In Vernon, V. and F. eds. Modern 
one-act plays from the French 

Six gentlemen in a row; in an English 
version by Harley Granville-Baker. 
London. Sidgwick. 1927. 12°. 30p. 
Rose, Edward Everett, 1862- 

Blarney stone, a comedy-drama in four 
acts. N.Y. French. cl933. 12° 99p. 

Gold flame, a mystery comedy in four 
acts. Minneapolis, Minn. North- 
western press. cl933. 12°. 77p. 

Irish eyes, a comedy-drama in three acts. 
N.Y. French. [cl933] 12°. 96p._ 

Maytime in Erin; comedy-drama in three 
acts. N.Y. French. cl933. 12°. 96p. 

Rear car; a mystery play — from a new 
angle. N.Y. French. cl926. 12°. 107p. 

Rosary (founded on an emblem of purity) 
a play in four acts. N.Y. French. 
cl926. 12°. 99p. 

Rose of the Ghetto; a comedy drama in 
four acts. N.Y. French. cl927. 12°. 
98p. 
Rose, Edward Everett, 1862- and Ford, Paul 
Leicester, 1865-1902 

Janice Meredith; a play in four acts; 
based on the novel "Janice Meredith" 
by Paul Leicester Ford. N.Y. French. 
cl927. 12°. 112p. 

Rostand, Edmond, 1868-1918 
Cyrano de Bergerac 
In Tucker, S. M. ed. Modern conti- 
nental plays 
Tucker, S. M. ed. Twenty-five mod- 
ern plays 
Whitman, C. H. ed. Seven contem- 
porary plays 
Last night of Don Juan; a dramatic poem, 
tr. by T. Lawrason Riggs. Yellow 
Springs, Ohio. Kahoe & co. 1929. 8°. 
123p. 
Romancers. Romantic. 1 act 
In Goldstone, G. A. ed. One-act plays 
Webber, J. P. and Webster, H. H. 
eds. One-act plays for secondary 
schools 
Two Pierrots, or The white supper. 
Fantasy. 1 act 
In Vernon, V. and F. eds. Modern 
one-act plays from the French 
White supper. See Two Pierrots, or The 
white supper 

Rostand, Maurice, 1891- 

He who did not kill, or The way to be 
loved. World war. 1 act 
In Vernon, V. and F. eds. Modern one- 
act plays from the French 



Rothery, Agnes Edwards (Mrs. Harry 
Rogers Pratt) 1888- 
Miss Coolidge; a comedy in one act. 
Hartford, Conn. Haylofters. 1927. 
12°. 39p. 
Rouverol, Mrs. Aurania, 1885- 

It never rains; a comedy of young love 
in three acts. N.Y. French. cl930. 
12°. 109p. 
Skidding; a comedy in three acts. Los 
Angeles. Playshop. cl928. 8°. 157p. 
When's your birthday? a comedy in three 
acts (based on the novel "Paradise," 
by Alice Brown). N.Y. French. cl927. 
12°. 102p. 
Rowell, Adelaide Corinne, 1887- 
Beloved, it is morn. 1 act 
In Sanford, A. P. ed. Plays for gradu- 
ation days 
Hail the conquering hero! a comedy in 
three acts. Boston. Baker. 1921. 68p. 
High heart. Confederate spy. 1 act 
In Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, A. P. 
eds. Plays for our American holi- 
days, v. 3 
Drama 17:173 
Last frontier. 1 act 
In Sanford, A. P. ed. One-act plays 
for women 
Royde-Smith, Naomi Gwladys 

Balcony. N.Y. Doubleday. 1928. 12°. Also 

London. Benn. Comedy. 3 acts 
Mrs. Siddons. A play in four acts. Lon- 
don. Gollancz. 1931. 12°. lllp. 
Rubinstein, Harold Frederick, 1892- 

Dickens of Gray's Inn. Comedy. 1 act 
In Hampden, J. ed. Three modern 
plays and a mime 
Isabel's eleven; a comedy in four acts. 

N.Y. Doran. 1927. 12°. lOlp. 
Old boyhood. Comedy. 1 act 
In Marriott, J. W. ed. One-act plays 
of to-day. ser. 5 
Russell, Floyd Kymes 
Clean up! Health. 1 act 
In Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, A. P. 
eds. Plays for our American 
holidays, v. 4 
Russell, George William (pseud. A. E.) 
1867- 
Deirdre, a drama in three acts. Dublin. 
Maunsel. 1907. 12°. 53p. Legendary 
Same in Canfield, C. ed. Plays of the 
Irish renaissance 
Ruthenburg, Grace Dorcas 
Death of Anulus. 1 act 
In Sanford, A. P. ed. One-act plays for 
women 
Gooseberry mandarin; a play in one act. 
N.Y. French. [cl928i 12°. lOp. 
Same in Isaacs, E. J. ed. Plays of 
American life and fantasy 
Hans Bulow's last puppet. 1 act 

In Baker, G. P. ed. Yale one-act plays 
O bright flame lifted! 1 act 

In New plays for women and girls 
Talking chair. Juvenile. 1 act 

In Moses, M. J. ed. Ring up the cur- 
tain! 



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Ryan, Marion 

Children of the way; an Easter play. N.Y. 
Abingdon. 1933. 8p. 
Ryerson, Florence 

Cup of tea. Farce. 1 act 
In Nicholson, Kenyon, ed. Appleton 
book of short plays, ser. 2 
Third angle. Comedy. 1 act 

In Sha}', F. ed. Fifty more contem- 
porary one-act plays 
Ryerson, Florence and Clements, Colin, 
1894- 
All on a summer's day. 1 act 

In All on a summer's day, and six other 
short plays 
Hot lemonade; a comedy in one act. 
N.Y. French. 1933. lOp. 
Same in One-act plays for stage and 
study, ser. 5 
Letters. 1 act 

In All on a summer's day, and six other 
short plays 
Sanford, A. P. ed. One-act plays 
for women 
Littlest shepherd, a Christmas interlude. 
N.Y. French. [cl929i 8°. 13p. 1 act 
Same in Shay, F. ed. Appleton book 
of Christmas plaj's 
Loop. Comedy. 1 act 

In Johnson, T. ed. Diminutive come- 
dies 
Love is like that. 1 act 
In All on a summer's day, and six other 
short plays 
Men folks. 1 act 
In All on a summer's day, and six other 
short plays 
On the lot. St. Valentine's day. 1 act 
In All on a summer's day, and six other 
short plays 
Schaufifler, R. H. ed. Plays for our 
American holidays, v. 1 
Romantic interval. 1 act 
In All on a summer's day, and six other 
short plays 
Storm. 1 act 

In All on a summer's day, and six other 
short plays 
Willow plate. 1 act 

In One-act plays for stage and study, 
ser. 6 
Sanford, A. P. Plays for graduation 
days 
Ryskind, Morrie, joint author. See Kauf- 
man, George and Ryskind, M. 
Ryttenberg, Anita 

Rosamund at the tracks; a philosophical 
melodrama in one act 
In Poet Lore 39:436 
Sabine, Lillian 

Rise of Silas Lapham; a comedy in four 
acts, from William Dean Howells' 
story of the same name. N.Y. French. 
cl927. 12°. 129p. 
Salaman, Dora Clement 

Chance of a lifetime. 1 act 

In Tale of a cat and other plays 
Flood time. 1 act 

hi Tale of a cat and other plays 
Haunted road. 1 act 

In Tale of a cat and other plays 



Tale of a cat. 1 act 
In Tale of a cat and other plays 
Salten, Felix 

Moral courage. The gravity of life. 1 act 
In Shay, F. cd. Fifty more contem- 
porary one-act plays 
Sand, Maurice,' 1823-1888 

Candidate foi Trepagny. Comedy. 1 act 

In McPharlin. P. ed. Repertory of 

marionrtle plays 

Clemency of Titus. Puppet play. 1 act 

In Maurice .Sand's plays for marionettes 

Flageolet. Puppet play. 1 act 

In Maurice Sand's plays for marionettes 
Rose queen uf Viremollet. Puppet play. 
1 act 
In Maurice Sand's plays for marionettes 
Spirit rappers. Puppet play. 1 act 

In Maurice Sand's plays for marionettes 
We dine at the colonel's. Puppet play. 
1 act 
In Maurice Sand's plays for marionettes 
Sanford, Anne Putnam 

Birthday party. Comedy. 1 act 
In Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, A. P. 
eds. Plays for our American holi- 
days. V. 4 
Brother musicians. Comedy. 1 act 
In Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, A. P. 
eds. Plays for our American holi- 
days. V. 4 
San Secundo, R. di 
Stairs 

hi Katzin, W. ed. Eight European 
plays 
Sarg, Tony, joint author. See Williamson, 

Hamilton and Sarg, Tony 
Saunders, Allen 

Three taps at twelve; a mystery melo- 
drama in three acts. N.Y. French. 
cl933. 12°. 93p. 
Saunders, J. M. joint author. See Clements, 

Colin and Saunders, J. M. 
Saunders, Louise 

Figureheads. Romantic. 1 act 

In Goldstone, G. A. ed. One-act plays 
Savage, George Milton 

Small down payment. Farce. 1 act 
In Hughes, G. ed. Short plays for 
modern players 
Savage, George Milton and Peltret, Edouard 
Watch your step, a mystery farce in three 
acts. N.Y. Longmans. 1931. 12°. 81p. 
Savoir, Alfred 

Going to the dogs (Chez les chiens). 
1 act 
In Vernon, V. and F. eds. Modern 
one-act plays from the French 
He, a comedy in three acts. N.Y. French. 
cl933. 12°. lOSp. 
Schaffner, Herbert 
Ghost bird; a mystery comedy in four 
acts. Chicago. Denison. 1927. 12°. 
142p. 
Schayer, E. R. 

Private Jones. 1 act 
In Nicholson, K. ed. Hollywood plays 
Schimmel, Robert C. 

When Irish eyes are smiling; a comedy. 
N.Y. Fitzgerald. 1933. 12° 



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Whispering pines; a comedy mystery in 
three acts. Boston. Baker. 1929. 12°. 
93p. 

Schnitzler, Arthur, 1862- 

Actress and the count. Comedy. 1 scene 

In Hands around 
Affairs of Anatol. Romantic. 8 pts. 
In Reigen, The affairs of Anatol and 
other plan's 
Count and the girl of the streets. 
Comedy. 1 scene 
In Hands around 
Dr. Graesler, tr. from the German by E. 
C. Slade. N.Y. Simon. 1930. 12°. 176p. 
Episode; a play in one act 

In Golden Bk 17:70 
Gallant Cassian. Puppet play. 1 act 

In Poet Lore 33:507 
Girl of the streets and the soldier. 
Comedy. 1 scene 
III Hands around 
Green cockatoo. Grotesque. 1 act 
In Reigen, The affairs of Anatol and 
other plays 
Husband and the sweet young miss. 
Comedy. 1 act 
In Hands around 
Intermezzo. Comedy. 3 acts 
In Steeves, H. R. ed. Plays from the 
modern theatre 
Light-o' love. Comedy. 3 acts 
In Tucker, S. M. ed. Modern conti- 
nental plays 
Tucker, S. M. ed. Twenty-five mod- 
ern plays 
Watson, E. B. and Pressey, B. eds. 
Contemporary drama. European 
plays. V. 1 
Living hours. 1 act. Sacrifice 
In Reigen, The affairs of Anatol and 
other plays 
Parlor maid and the young man. Comedy. 
1 scene 
In Hands around 
Poet and the actress. Comedy. 1 scene 

In Hands around 
Reigen (Hands around). 10 dialogues 
In Reigen, The affairs of Anatol and 
other plays 
Soldier and the parlor-maid. Comedy. 
1 scene 
In Hands around 
Sweet young miss and the poet. Comedy. 
1 scene 
In Hands around 
Young man and husband. Comedy. 
1 scene 
In Hands around 
Young man and the young wife. Comedy. 
1 scene 
In Hands around 

Schofield, Stephen 
Alarble god. 1 act 
In Schofield, S. ed. Marble God, and 
other one-act plays 

Scott, Duncan Campbell, 1862- 
Pierre. 1 act 
In Massey, V. ed. Canadian plays from 
Hart House theatre, v. 1 



Scott, Mrs. Natalie V. 
Zombi 
in Isaacs, E. J. ed. Plays of American 
life and fantasy 
Scott, Noel, 1889- 

Joker; a play in four acts. N.Y. French. 
1929. 8°. 67p. 
Scribner, Edvirin 

Pat Piper's place, a comedy in three 
acts. Chicago. Denison. 1929. 12°. 
163p. 
Phoebe cleans house; a comedy in three 
acts. Chicago. Denison. (1930) 12°. 
205p. 
Smiling cow; a farce-comedy in three 
acts. Chicago. Denison. [1930] 12°. 
164p. 
Welcome to the old town; a comedy in 
three acts. Chicago. Denison. 1927. 
12°. lS9p. 
See, Edmond, 1875- 

Old friend (un ami de jeunesse). 1 act 
In Vernon, V. and F. eds. Modern 
one-act plays from the French 
Seller, Conrad 
Box seats. 1 act 
In Husband of Xanthippe, and other 
short plays 
Eyes. 1 act 
In Husband of Xanthippe, and other 
short plays 
Husband of Xanthippe. 1 act 

In Husband of Xanthippe, and other 
short plays 
In a window. 1 act 

In Husband of Xanthippe, and other 
short plays 
Lady in the sack. 1 act 

In Husband of Xanthippe, and other 
short plays 
Matrimony. 1 act 
In Husband of Xanthippe, and other 
short plays 
Shairp (Alexander) Mordaunt, 1887- 

Green bay tree; a play in three acts. 
London. Allen. [1933i 12°. 89p. Social 
decadence 
Same in Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 
1933-34 (abridged) 
Sharpsteen, Ernest J. 

Lifting Jimmy's jinx; a one-act comedy. 

Chicago. Denison. 1927. 12°. 16p. 
Red thread of guilt; a mystery drama in 
four acts. Chicago. Denison. 1927. 
12°. 112p. 
Rural belle; a one-act comedy. Chicago. 
Denison. 1927. 12°. 17p. 
Shaw, George Bernard, 1856- 

Admirable Bashville; or Constancy re- 
warded. Comedy. 3 acts 
In Complete plaj's 

Translations and tomfooleries 
Androcles and the lion. Comedy. 1 act 

In Complete plays 
Annajanska, the bolshevik empress. 
Satire. 1 act 
In Complete plays 
Apple cart: a political extravaganza. Lon- 
don. Constable. 1930. 12°. 78p. 2 acts 
In Complete plays 



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INDEX TO PLAYS 



Shaw, George Bernard — Continued 
Arms and the man. Comedy. 3 acts 

In Complete plays 
Augustus does his bit. Comedy. 1 act 

In Complete plays 
Back to Methuselah; a metabiological 
Pentateuch. 5 pts. 

In Complete plaj's 
Caesar and Cleopatra. Comedy. 5 acts 

In Complete plays 
Candida. Character. 3 acts 

In Complete plays 
Captain Brassbound's conversion. Com- 
edy. 3 acts 

In Complete plays 
Dark lady of the sonnets. Shakespeare. 
1 act 

In Complete plays 
Devil's disciple. Melodrama. 3 acts 

In Complete plays 
Doctor's dilemma. Satire. 5 acts 

In Complete plays 
Fanny's first play. Comedy. 3 acts 

In Complete plays 
Fascinating foundling. Comedy. 1 act 

In Complete plays 

Translations and tomfooleries 
Fatal gazogene. See Shaw^, G. B. Pas- 
sion, poison and petrifaction 
Getting married. Comedy. 1 act 

In Complete plays 
Glimpse of reality. Tragedietta. 1 act 

In Complete plays 

Translations and tomfooleries 
Glimpses of the domesticity of Franklyn 
Barnabas. 1 act 

In Short stories, scraps and shavings 
Great Catherine. Comedy. 4 scenes 

In Complete plays 
Heartbreak house. English society. 3 
acts 

In Complete plays 
How he lied to her husband. 1 act 

In Complete plays 
Inca of Perusalem. William H of Ger- 
many. 1 act 

In Complete plays 
Jitta's atonement [tr. from S. Trebitschi 
3 acts 

In Complete plays 

Translations and tomfooleries 
John Bull's other island. Comedy. 4 acts 

In Complete plays 
Major Barbara. Comedy. 3 acts 

In Complete plays 
Man and superman. Comedy. 4 acts 

In Complete plays 
Man of destiny. Napoleon. 1 act 

In Complete plays 
Misalliance. Comedy. 1 act 

In Complete plays 
Airs. Warren's profession. Social. 4 acts 

In Complete plays 
Music cure. Farce. 1 act 

In Complete plays 

Translations and tomfooleries 
O'Flaherty, V. C. World war. 1 act 

In Complete plays 
On the rocks. Political comedy. 2 acts 

In Too true to be good, etc. 



Overruled. Comedy. 1 act 

In Complete plays 
Passion, poison and petrifaction; or. The 
fatal gazogene. Tragedy. 1 act 
In Complete plays 

Translations and tomfooleries 
Philanderer. Character. 4 acts 

In Complete plays 
Press cuttings. Topical sketch. 1 act 
In Complete plays 

In Translations and tomfooleries 
Pygmalion. Romantic. 5 acts 

/n Complete plays 
Saint Joan. Historical. 5 scenes 

In Complete plays 
Shewing-up of Blanco Posnet. Melo- 
drama. 1 act 
In Complete plays 
Too true to be good. Political extrava- 
ganza. 3 acts 
In Too true to be good, etc. 
Village wooing. Comediettina. 3 con- 
versations. 2 acts 
In Too true to be good, etc. 
Widower's houses. Social. 3 acts 

In Complete plays 
You never can tell. Comedy. 4 acts 
In Complete plays 
Shayer, John David, 1899- 
Resignation of Bill Snyder; a play in 
one act. N.Y. French. 1928. 12°. 28p. 
Same in Clark, B. H. and Cook, T. R. 
eds. One-act plays 
Clark, B. H. and Nicholson, 
K. eds. American scene 
Sheldon, Edward Brewster, 1886- 
Romance. 3 acts and epilogue 
In Mantle, B. and Sherman, G. P. eds. 
Best plays of 1909-1919 

Shepherd, Martin 
Ali the cobbler. Comedy. 1 act 
In Marriott, J. W. ed. Best one-act 
plays of 1932 
Sheppard, Alfred Tresidder. See Hepworth, 

F. A. 
Sherrifl, Robert Cedric, 1896; 
Badger's Green, a play in three acts. 
London. GoUancz. 1930. 12°. 112p. 
Same in Six plays 
Journev's end; a play in three acts. N.Y. 
Br'entano's. 1929. 12°. 204p. World 
war 
Same in Chandler, F. W. and Cordell, 
R. A. eds. Twentieth cen- 
tur}^ plays 
Famous plays of to-day 
Mantle. B. ed. Best plays of 

1928-29 (abridged) 
Plays of a half-decade 
Twentieth century plays 

Sherriff, Robert C. and De Casalis, Jeanne 
St. Helena; a play in twelve scenes. Lon- 
don. Gollancz. 1934. 12°. 254p. His- 
torical 

Sherwood, Robert Emmet, 1896- 

Petrified forest. N.Y. Scribner. 1935, 12°. 

176p. Arizona. 2 acts 
Queen's husband. N.Y. Scribner. 1928. 
12°. 190p. Comedy 



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Reunion in Vienna; a play in three acts. 
N.Y. Scribner. 1932. 12°. 205p. Com- 
edy 
Same in Famous plays of 1933-34 

Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 
1931-32 (abridged) 
Road to Rome. N.Y. Scribner. 1927. 12°. 
178p. Comedy. 3 acts 
Sa7iie in Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 
1926-27 (abridged) 
This is New York, a play in three acts. 
N.Y. Scribner. 1931. 8°. 177p. Com- 
edy 
Waterloo bridge; a play in two acts. N.Y. 
French. 1930. 8°. 173p. Melodrama 

Shiels, George 

Bedmates; a play in one act. Dublin. 

Gael Co-operative Soc. 1922. 12°. 20p. 
Cartney and Kevney. Comedy. 3 acts 

In Two Irish plays 
Mountain dew. 3 acts 

In Two Irish plays 
Paul Twyning. Comedy. 3 acts 

In Professor Tim & Paul Twyning 
Professor Tim. Comedy. 3 acts 
In Professor Tim & Paul Twyning 
Shipman, Louis Evan, 1869- 
Ben Franklin; a comedy in four acts. 

Boston. Baker. [cl933i 151p. 
Shively, Josephine, Maxwell, Ted, and 
Maxwell, Virginia 
Runaway bride; a comedy drama in three 

acts. Philadelphia. Penn. 1926. 12°. 

78p. 
Short, Marion 
Betty engaged; a comedy in three acts. 

N.Y. French. cl928. 12°. 71p. 
Her alienated affections; a mock trial in 

one act. N.Y. French. 1932. 12°. 35p. 
Jade necklace, a modern comedy in three 

acts. N.Y. French. 1929. 12°. 67p. 
Lady Luck; comedy. 1 act 

In New plays for women and girls 
Lights of happyland; a one act play. 

N.Y. French. cl922. 12°. 18p. 
Miss Somebody Else; a comedy in four 

acts. N.Y. French. 1918. 12°. 88p. 
Nervous Miss Niles; a comedy in three 

acts. N.Y. French. cl931. 12°. 85p. 
Nobody's home, a comedy in three acts. 

N.Y. French. cl931. 12°. 105p. 
Peach tree road; a modern comedy in 

three acts. N.Y. French. cl930. 8°. 

88p. 
Return of Hi Jinks; a comedy in four 

acts. N.Y. French. cl916. 12°. 84p. 
Return of Mr. Benjamin; a mystery play 

in one act. N.Y. French. 1933. 25p. 
She wouldn't stay put; a modern comedy 

in one act. N.Y. French. cl933. 28p. 
Touch-down, a comedy in four acts. N.Y. 

French. 1913. 12°. 83p. 

Short, Marion and Phelps, Pauline 

Hidden guest; a comedy in three acts. 

N.Y. French. cl926. 12°. 84p. 
Home from college; a sketch for four 

males. N.Y. French. 1915. 12°. 12p. 
Nancy pretends; a modern comedy in 

three acts. N.Y. French. 1927 



Only me; a modern play in three acts. 
N.Y. French. cl924. 12°. 96p. 
Siegel, Max, joint author. See Cropper, 

Milton Herbert and Siegel, Max 
Sifton, Claire and Sifton, Paul 

1931— a play. N.Y. Farrar. cl932. 12°. 
172p. 
Sifton, Paul 
Belt. N.Y. Macaulay. 1927. 12°. 193p. 
Labor 
Sigurj6nsson, J6hann, 1880- 

Eyvind of the hills (Bjoergejvind og 
bans hustru). Tragedy. 4 acts 
In Dickinson, T. H. ed. Chief con- 
temporary dramatists, ser. 3 

Silberer, Geza, 1876- 
Caprice, a comedy in three acts by Sil- 
Vara, pseud. Adapted by Philip 
Moeller. N.Y. Doubleday. 1929. 12°. 
173p. 
Sil-Vara, pseud. See Silberer, Geza 
Simpson, H. 

Pan in Pimlico. 1 act 
In Mayor, B. ed. Four one-act plays 
Sinclair, Upton Beall, 1878- 
Millennium, a comedy of the year 2000. 
Pasadena, Cal. Northumberland press. 
1929. 12°. 246p. 
Oil! a play in four acts . . . (from the 
novel by the author). Pasadena, Cal. 
The Author. (cl929i 12°. 80p. 
Sitwell, Osbert, 1892- and Sitwell, Sache- 
verell, 1877- 
AU at sea; a social tragedy in three acts 
for first-class passengers only. Gar- 
den City, N.Y. Doubleday. 1928. 12°. 
199p. 
Sklar, George and Maltz, Albert 
Peace on earth; an anti-war play in 3 
acts. N.Y. French. 1934. 12°. 120p. 
Sklar, George, joint author. See Peters, 

Paul and Sklar, George 
Sladen-Smith, Francis, 1886- 
Assyrian afternoon. 1 act 
In Bourne, J. ed. 8 new one-act plays 
of 1933 
Crown of St. Felice; a play in one act. 
Boston. Baker. 1928. 12°. 44p. 
Same in Johnson, T. ed. Ten fantasies 
for stage and study 
Edward about to marry; an extravaganza 
in one act. London. Gowans. 1926. 
16°. 61p. 
Golden fisherman. Chinese. 1 act 

In Modern short plays, ser. 3 
Guilty passion; a play. London. Gowans. 

1932. 16° 
Happy death. 1 act 
In Bourne, J. ed. 8 new one-act plays 
for 1934 
Herald. London. Gowans. 1932. 23p. 
Invisible duke; a Gothic farce in one 
act. London. Gowans. 1927. 12°. 78p. 
Same in Marriott, J. W. ed. One-act 
plays of to-day. ser. 5 
Man who wouldn't go to heaven; a play 
in one act. Boston. Baker. 1929. 12°. 
60p. 



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INDEX TO PLAYS 



Sladen-Smith, Francis — Continued 
Mrs. Noah gives tiie sign. 1 act 
In Marriott, J. W. ed. Best one-act 
plays of 1931 
Resurrection of Joseph; a play in one 
act. London. Gowans. 1931. 12°. 54p. 
Sacred cat; a diversion in one act. Bos- 
ton. Baker. 1928. 12°. 16p. 
Same in Johnson, T. ed. Diminutive 
comedies 
St. Simeon Stylites. 1 act 
In Herbert, A. P. ed. Four one-act 
plays 
Marriott, J. W. ed. One-act plays 

of to-day. ser. 4 
Mayor, B. ed. Four one-act plays 
Wonderful tourist 
In Bourne, J. ed. Eight new plays for 
boys and girls 
Wonderful Zoo; a play in a prologue, 
eleven scenes and an epilogue. Lon- 
don. Sidgwick. 1932. 92p. 
Smith, Boyd 
Patriarch, a play in three acts. N.Y. 
French. [cl931i 12°. 145p. 
Smith, Chard Powers 
Hamilton, a poetic drama in three acts. 
N.Y. Coward-McCann. 1930. 8°. I54p. 
Smith, Dorothy Gladys. See Anthony, C. L. 

pseud. 
Smith, E. E. and Ireland, D. L. 

Cottage on the moor. Roundheads. 1 act 
In Webber, J. P. and Webster, H. H. 
eds. One-act plays for secondary 
schools 
Smith, Edgar Valentine 
'Lijah. 1 act 

In Clark, B. H. and Nichoson, K. eds. 
American scene 
Phillips, Le R. and Johnson, T. eds. 
Types of modern dramatic com- 
position 
Smith, Glanville 

Deep, deep; a play in one act 
In Players M 9:28 
Smith, Harry James, 1880-1918 

Mrs. Bumpstead Leigh. Comedy. 3 acts 
In Mantle, B. and Sherman, G. P. eds. 
Best plays of 1909-1919 
They refuse to be resurrected; a fantasy 
in one act. London. Allen. 1932. 12° 
Same in Marriott, J. W. ed. Best one- 
act plays of 1932 
Smith, Ruth P. 
At old Vincennes 

In Sanford, A. P. ed. Lincoln plays 
Smith, V. 

Simple soul. 1 act 
In Nicholson, K. ed. Hollywood plays 

Sowerby, Githa 

Bearskin. Juvenile. 1 act 

In Little plays for little people 
Before breakfast; a comedy in one act. 

N.Y. French. cl913. 12°. 20p. 
Fortunatus and Cassandra. Juvenile. 
1 act 
In Little plays for little people 
King Cophetua and the beggar maid. 
Juvenile. 1 act 
In Little plays for little people 



Magic wood, or. Civility costs nothing. 
Juvenile. 1 act 
In Plays for little people 
Princess Tenderheart. Juvenile. 1 act 
In Little plays for little people 

Moses, M. J. ed. Ring up the cur- 
tain ! 
Rose and the ring. Juvenile. 1 act 
In Little plays for little people 
Speirs, Russell 

Change of mind. 1 act 
In One-act plays for stage and study, 
ser. 6 
Grave. 1 act 
In Poet Lore 40:113 
Spence, Eulalie 

Starter. Negro. 1 act 
In Locke, A. Le R. and Gregory, M. 
eds. Plays of Negro life 
Spewack, Bella and Spewack, Samuel 

Clear all wires ! a play in three weeks. 
N.Y. French. 1932. 12°. 246p. Comedy 
Spewack, Samuel, joint author. See Cohen, 
Bella and Spewack, Samuel; Spewack, 
B. and S. 
Spooner, Cecil and Blaney, Charles E. 
My Irish Cinderella, a comedy in four 
acts. N.Y. Longmans. 1930. 12°. 140p. 
Squire, John CoUings, joint author. See 
Balderston, John Lloyd and Squire, 
John, Collings 
Staadt, Edward, d. 1932 
Cabbages; a cartoon in one act. N.Y. 
French. cl925. 12°. 54p. German- 
American farmers 
Wind in the south; an American comedy. 
Minneapolis. cl933. 12° 
Stahl, Max Edward 
La Carota. 1 act 
In Johnson, T. ed. Miniature plays for 
stage or study 
Stanley, Martha M. 1879- 

Let and sub-let, a farce comedy of youth. 

N.Y. French. 1930. 12°. 117p. 
My son, a play in three acts. N.Y. French. 
1929. 12°. 136p. 
Stanley, Martha M. and Matthews, Ade- 
laide, 1866- 
First Mrs. Chiverick; a comedy in three 

acts. N.Y. French. 1930. 12°. 106p. 
Innocent Anne; a light comedy in four 

acts. N.Y. French. 1930. 12°. 105p. 
Nightie night, a farce in a prologue and 
three acts. N.Y. French. cl929. 12°. 
118p. 
Puppy love; a farcical comedy in three 
acts. N.Y. French. cl927. 12°. 158p. 
Wasp's nest, a mystery comedy in three 
acts. N.Y. French. cl929. 12°. 134p. 
Where innocence is bliss, a light comedy 
in four acts. N.Y. French. cl929. 8°. 
73p. 
Starling, Lynn 

Meet the wife, a comedy in three acts . . . 
revised and rewritten. N.Y. French. 
1928. 8°. 80p. 
Stayton, Frank, 1874- 
Angelina's lover. A comedy in one act. 
N.Y. French. cl903. 12°. 12p. 



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77 



"The Joan Danvers"; a play in three acts. 

N.Y. French. cl926. 8°. 60p. 
Mixed doubles; a farce in three acts. 
N.Y. French. cl927. 12°. 94p. 
Stayton, G. Butler 

In the days of Isaiah, a play in one act. 
N.Y. French. cl931. 12°. 28p. Biblical 
These my brethren; a play in one act. 
N.Y. French. cl931. 12°. 2op. 
Steele, Wilbur Daniel, 1886- 
Giant's stair. Crime. 1 act 

In Shay, F. ed. Fifty more contempor- 
ary one-act plays 
Steell, Willis, 1866- 

Fifth commandment. 1 act 
In Johnson, T. ed. Miniature plays 
for stage or study 
Stein, Gertrude 

Four saints in three acts. N.Y. Random 
House. 1934. 12°. 57p. 
Stenger, Georgia 
Above all else, liberty. Historical. 1 act 
In Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, A. P. 
eds. Plays for our American holi- 
days. V. 3 
At the turn of tide. Puritan. 3 acts 
In Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, A. P. 
eds. Plays for our American holi- 
days. V. 2 
Light triumphant. 1 act 
In Sanford, A. P. ed. Plays for gradu- 
ation days 
Stephens, James, 1882- 
Julia Elizabeth, a comedy in one act. 
N.Y. Gaige. 1929. 8°. 24p. 
Stephens, Nan Bagby 
Charivari 
In Isaacs, E. J. ed. Plays of American 
life and fantasy 
Sterling, F. 

Modern viking. Christmas 
In Shay, F. ed. Appleton book of 
Christmas plays 
Stern, Gladys Bronwyn, 1890- 
Long lost father, a comedy. N.Y. Knopf. 

cl933. 12°. 265p. 
Man who pays the piper; a play in a 
prologue and three acts. London. 
Heinemann. [1931] 12°. 109p. 
Matriarch, a play in a prologue and three 
acts. N.Y. French. cl931. 8°. 84p. 
Sterne, Emma Gelders 

Jeanne d'Arc. Juvenile. 3 acts 

In Moses, M. J. ed. Ring up the cur- 
tain! 
Sternheim, Carl, 1878- 
Place in the world 
In Katzin, W. ed. Eight European 
plays 
Stevens, Charles A. 

Tangled web; a comedy in one act. N.Y. 
Longmans. 1933. 38p. 
Stevens, Henry Bailey 

All alone in the country; a farce in one 
act. Boston. Baker. [cl921i 12°. 19p. 
Early frost. 1 act 
In Johnson, T. ed. Miniature plays for 
stage or study 



Johnny Appleseed and Paul Bunyan. A 
play of American folk-lore in three 
acts with prologue. Boston. Baker. 
(1930) 12°. 92p. 
Tolstoy; a play in seven scenes. N.Y. 
Crowell. [cl928i 8°. I55p. 
Stevens, Thomas Wood, 1880- 
Duquesne Christmas mystery 

In Shay, F. ed. Appleton book of 
Christmas plays 
Joan of Arc, a pageant in prologue and 
nine scenes. N.Y. French. cl932. 12°. 
122p. 
Stewart, Charles Conger 

Gasoline gypsies, a comedy in three acts. 
London. French, 1931. 12°. 104p. 
Stewart, Donald Ogden, 1894- 

Father William, a comedy of father and 

son. N.Y. Harper. 1929. 8°. 202p. 
Rebound, a comedy in three acts. N.Y. 
French. 1931. 12°. 95p. 
Same in Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 
1929-30 (abridged) 
Stewart, Mary 

Dream fairy and the spider. Fairy. 1 
act 
In Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, A. P. 
eds. Plays for our American holi- 
days. V. 2 
Stiles, Hinson 

Room with the black door; a play in one 
act 
In Poet Lore 38 (i e. 39 no. 1):101 
Stinson, H. H. 
Ace is trumped. 1 act 
In Nicholas, K. ed. Hollywood plays 
Stirling, W. Edward, joint author. See 
Young, Francis Brett and Stirling, W. 
Edward 
Stoddard, Anne and Sarg, Tony 

Don Quixote (Cervantes). Marionettes. 7 
scenes 
In Moses, M. J. ed. Another treasury 
of plays for children 
Stoker, Edwin 

Boomer. Revenge. 1 act 
In Lewis, B. R. ed. University of Utah 
plays 
Stokes, Richard Leroy, 1882- 

Merry Mount; a dramatic poem for 

music in three acts of six scenes. 

N.Y. Farrar. (cl932i 8°. 133p. 

Paul Bunyan; a folk comedy in three 

acts. N.Y. Putnam. 1932. 12°. 102p. 

Stout, Oakley, 1872- 

Harvest: a drama in three acts . . . with 
an introduction by Harold A. Ehrens- 
perger. The winning play of 1928 
Drama league — Longmans, Green and 
CO. playwriting contest. N.Y. Long- 
mans. 1929. 8°. 77p. 
Stout, Wilbur 

Dogwood bushes. Comedy. 1 act 

In Koch, F. H. ed. Carolina folk com- 
edies 
Stout, Wilbur and Lay, Ellen 

In Dixon's kitchen, a comedy of coun- 
try courtship. 1 act 
In Koch, F. H. ed. Carolina folk-plays, 
ser. 3 



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INDEX TO PLAYS 



Strachan, Edna (Higgins) 

Chinese water wheel. 1 act 
In One-act plays for stage and study. 
ser. 6 
Weakness for nurses. Comedy 

In Snook, L. O. ed. Comedies seven 
Strindberg, Johan August, 1849-1912 
Bond. Tragedy. 1 act 
In Lucky Peter's travels and other 
plays 
Comrades. Comedy. 4 acts 
In Tucker, S. M. ed. Modern con- 
tinental plays 
Tucker, S. M. ed. Twenty-five mod- 
ern plays 
Dance of death. Life's enigma. 2 pts. 

/w Easter and other plays 
Dream play. Prologue and two scenes 

In Easter and other plays 
Easter. 3 acts 

In Easter and other plays 
Equals. 1 act 

In Golden Bk 7:85 
Erik XIV. Historical. 4 acts 

In Master Olof and other plays 
Father. Tragedy. 3 acts 
In Lucky Peter's travels and other 
plays 
Ghost sonata. 3 scenes 

In Easter and other plays 
Gustav Vasa. Historical. 5 acts 

In Master Olof and other plays 
Lady Julie (Countess Julia). Tragedy. 
1 act 
In Lucky Peter's travels and other 
plays 
Lucky Peter's travels (Lucky Peter). 
Allegorical. 5 acts 
In Lucky Peter's travels and other 
plays 
Master Olof. Swedish reformation. 
5 acts 
In Master Olof and other plays 
Playing with fire. 21 scenes 

In Lucky Peter's travels and other 
plays 
Saga of the Folkungs. Swedish history. 
5 acts 
In Master Olof and other plays 
There are crimes and crimes. Comedy. 
4 acts 
In Moses, M. J. ed. Dramas of modern- 
ism and their forerunners 
To Damascus; a dream trilogy 
In Poet Lore 42:1 Spring '33 
Strode, Hudson, 1893- 

End of the dance; a play in one act. 
Winner of the Samuel French prize 
in the 1929 little theatre tournament. 
N.Y. French. cl929. 12° 31p. 
Strode, Hudson, 1893- and Homthal, Larry 
Dance below. Satire. 1 act [First pro- 
duced as The jig] 
In Shay. F. ed. Fifty more contem- 
porary one-act plays 
Strode, W. C. See Chetham-Strode, War- 
ren 



Strong, Mirjone 
Culture. 1 act 
In Sanford, A. P. ed. One-act plays 
for women 
Stuart, Aimee, 1890- and Stuart, Philip 
Cat's cradle, a play in three acts. London. 

Benn. 1929. 12°. 92p. 
Clara Gibbings, a play in three acts. 

London. Benn. 1929. 12°. 94p. 
Her shop, a play in three acts. London. 

Benn. 1929. 12°. 119p. 
Nine till six; a play in three acts. Lon- 
don. Benn. 1930. 12°. 121p. 
Sixteen 

In Famous plays of 1933-34 
Supply and demand; a play in prologue 
and three acts. London. Benn. 
1931. 12°. 90p. 
Stuart, Philip, joi7tt author. See Stuart, 

Aimee and Stuart, Philip 
Stuckes, W. 

Shanghai. 1 act 
In Marriott, J. W. ed. Best one-act 
plays of 1931 
Sturges, Preston 

Strictly dishonorable; a comedy in three 
acts. N.Y. Liveright. 1929. 12°. 
187p. 
Same in Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 
1929-30 (abridged) 
Sudermann, Hermann, 1857-1928 

Far-away princess. Comedy. 1 act 

In Golden Bk 5:625 
Teja; a one-act play 
In Golden Bk 6:493 
Sullivan, Frank 
Life is a bowl of Eugene O'Neills; a 
dramatic satire in one act 
In Golden Bk 18:60 
Sutro, Alfred, 1863- 

Cave of illusion; a play in four acts with 
an introduction by Maurice Maeter- 
linck. London. Richards. 1900 
Living together, a play in four acts. 
London. Duckworth. 1929. 12°. 
102p. 
Making a gentleman; a play in four acts. 

London. Chiswick. 1909 
Marriage has been arranged. Comedy. 
1 act 
In Pence, R. W. ed. Dramas by 
present-day writers 
Perfect lover; a play in four acts. N.Y. 
French. 1906. 12°. 118p. Also pub- 
lished under title Price of money 
Uncle Anyhow; a comedy in three acts. 

London. French. cl919. 12°. 84p. 
Walls of Jericho. Social. 4 acts 

In Marriott, J. W. ed. Great modern 
British plays 
Swan, Mark Elbert, 1871- 

Judy walks in; a comedy of youth and 
love, in three acts. N.Y. French. 
cl928. 12°. 123p. 
She walked in her sleep, a farce comedy 
in three acts. Boston. Baker. 1929. 
12°. 103p. 
Swann, Mona 

Saul and David. Biblical. 1 act 
In Hampden, J. ed. Seven modern 
plays for younger players 



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79 



Swerling, Joseph and Robinson, Edward 
G. 

Kibitzer; a comedy. N.Y. French. 
1929. 12°. 168p. 3 acts 

Synge, John Millington, 1871-1909 

Deirdre of the sorrows. Tragedy. 3 
acts 
In Plays [1932] 
Plajboy of the western world. Comedy. 
3 acts 
In Plays [1932i 
Riders to the sea. Sea. 1 act 
In Plays [1932] 

Canfield, C. ed. Plays of the Irish 

renaissance 
Clark, B. H. ed. Representative 
one-act plays by British and Irish 
authors 
Cohen, H. L. ed. One-act plays by 
by modern authors. 1934 edition 
Hampden, J. ed. Nine modern plays 
Watson, E. B. and Pressey, B. eds. 
Contemporary drama. English 
and Irish plays, v. 1 
Whitman, C. H. ed. Seven contem- 
porary plays 
Shadow of the glen. Comedy. 1 act 

In Plays [1932] 
Tinker's wedding. Comedy. 2 acts 
In Plays [1932] 

Szenes, Bela, 1894- 

Budapest salesman should not read 
French illustrated magazines. Com- 
edy. 1 act 
In Shay, F. ed. Fifty more contem- 
porary one-act plays 

Taber, Gladys Bagg, 1899- 

Lady of the moon, a comedy in three 
acts. Philadelphia. Penn. 1928. 75p. 
12° 
Miss Manda. Love. 1 act 
In Poet Lore 38:412 

Taber, Richard, joint author. See Gleason, 

James and Taber, Richard 
Tagger, Theodore (Ferdinand Bruckner) 
Races; a drama in three acts. tr. from the 
German ... by Ruth Langner. N.Y. 
Knopf. 1934. 12°. 139p. 

Talbot, A. J. 

Betrothal of the princess; a play in 

doggerel. London. Gowans. 1930. 24°. 

20p. 
Same in Bystander. Christmas no. 1925 
Cabinet minister's fireside, a comedy in 

one act. N.Y. French. cl932. 12°. 

23p. 
Casket scene up to date; a play in one 

act. London. Gowans. 1929. 24°. 21p. 
Daniel in the lionesses' den; a comedietta 

in one act. London. Gowans. 1929. 

16°. 20p. 
Duke of Cul-de-Sac; a verv modern 

melodrama. London. French. cl930 

12°. 16p. 
Emily's excuse; a play in one act. Lon- 
don. Gowans. 1926. 16°. 25p. 
In the outer darkness; a plav in one act. 

London. Gowans. 1930. 24°. 20p. 



Incorrigible. 1 act 
In Schoheld, S. ed. Marble God, and 
other one-act plays 
Iron Duke; a chronicle play in seven 
scenes and an epilogue. London. 
Benn. 1926. 12°. 9op. Duke of Well- 
ington 
Murder in the foyer; a burlesque grand 
guignol in one scene. N.Y. French. 
C1932. 12°. 18p. 
Old firm's awakening; a play in one act. 

London. Gowans. 1927. 16°. 18p. 
Passing of Galatea. Fantasy 
In Johnson, T. ed. Ten fantasies for 
stage and study 
Quarter of an hour; a comedy in one act. 

N.Y. French. cl930. 12°. 21p. 
Ray of reason; a farce in one act. Lon- 
don. Gowans. 1930. 16°. 40p. 
Spartan girl; a doubtful tragedy by 
Euripides, adapted for modern cos- 
tume and furnished with a brighter 
ending. N.Y. French. cl930. 12°. 19p. 
Same in Marriott, J. W. ed. One-act 
plays of to-day. ser. 5 
White jasmine; a fantasy in one act. 
London. Gowans. 1929. 16°. 31p. 
Talbot, Francis Xavier 

Born in Bethlehem. Nativity. 7 scenes 

In Shining in darkness 
He is risen. Easter scenes. 6 scenes 
In Shining in darkness 

Tarkington, Booth, 1869- 

Beauty and the Jacobins; an interlude 
of the French Revolution. 1 act 
In Cohen, H. L. ed. One-act plays by 
modern authors. 1934 edition 
Help each other club; a one-act play. 

N.Y. Appleton. 1934. 26p. 
Monsieur Beaucaire. Romantic. 3 acts 
In Grove, J. ed. Omnibus of romance 
Pence, R. ed. Dramas by present- 
day writers 
Trysting place. Farce. 1 act 
hi Clark, B. H. and Nicholson, K. eds. 
American scene 
Tucker, S. M. ed. Twelve one-act 
plays for study and production 

Tarkington, Booth, 1869- and Wilson, 
Harry Leon, 1867- 
Gibson upright. Labor. 3 acts 
In Webber, J. P. and Webster, H. H. 
eds. Typical plays for secondary 
schools 
How's your health? A comedy in three 
acts. N.Y. French. cl930. 12°. 105p. 

Taylor, Helen Louise, 1908- 
Angelus. Renunciation. 1 act 
In One-act plays for stage and study, 
ser. 5 

Taylor, Rex 

Appearances. 1 act 

In Nicholson, Kenyon, ed. Appleton 
book of short plays, ser. 2 

Temple, Joan 

Charles and Mary; a play on the life of 
Charles Lamb. London. Allen. [1930r 
12°. 112p. 



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INDEX TO PLAYS 



Tennyson, Alfred, Lord, 1809-1892 

Devil and the lady. Edited by Charles 
Tennyson. N.Y. Macmillan. 1931. 
12°. 67p. Comedy. 3 acts 
Falcon. Romantic. 1 act 
In Webber, J. P. and Webster, H. H: 
eds. One-act plays for secondary 
schools 
Terry, Joseph Edward Harold, 1885- 

Collusion, a trifle in three acts. N.Y. 

French. cl930. 8°. 79p. 
General post, a comedy in three acts. 

N.Y. Button. 1918. 8°. 128p. 
Master Wayfarer. 1 act 
In Marriott, J. W. ed. One-act plays 
of to-day. ser. 3 
Thomas, Albert Ellsworth, 1872- 
No more ladies. Comedy. 3 acts 
In Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 1933- 
34 (abridged) 
Uncle Tom's cabin. Revised version; 
based upon the dramatization of 
George L. Aiken. N.Y. Appleton. 
1934. 12°. 84p. 3 acts 
Thomas, Augustus, 1857- 

Man upstairs; a comedy in one act. N.Y. 
French. 1933. 26p. 
Thompson, Denman, 1833-1911 

Old homestead; a play in four acts. 
Boston. Baker. [cl927] 12°. 93p. 
Thompson, Edward John, 1886- 

Atonement; a play of modern India in 
four acts. London. Benn. 1924. 
12°. 128p. 
Clouded mirror. Indian 

In Thompson, E. J. and T. Three 
Eastern plays 
Floutern peasant 

In Plavs and pageants 
Hell-ride of Brynhild 

In Plays and pageants 
Krishna Kumari, an historical drama in 
four acts. London. Benn. 1924. 
12°. 89p. 
May pageant 

In Plays and pageants 
Queen of ruin. Indian 
In Thompson, E. J. and T. Three East- 
ern plays 
Saul 
In Plaj-s and pageants 
Thompson, J. F. 

Warrior's husband. 1 act 

In Nicholson, Kenyon, ed. Appleton 
book of short plays, ser. 2 
Thompson, Theodosia 
Easter evening 
In Thompson, E. J. and T. Three East- 
ern plays 
Thorne, Anthony 

Thirteen o'clock; a plav in three acts. 
London. Benn. 1929. 12°. 69p. 
Thornton, Clare 

Alarriage of Dotty. 1 scene 
In Johnson, T. ed. More plays in 
miniature 
Thorp, Josephine 

At the milestone. 1 act 

In Sanford, A. P. ed. Plays for gradua- 
tion days 



1 act 
ed. 8 new one-act plays 



Treasure chest. Fairy. 1 act 
In Schautiler, R. H. and Sanford, A. P. 
eds. Plays for our American 
holidays, v. 2 
Thrush, A. 

Wisdom tooth. 
in Bourne, J. 
oi 1933 
Thurston, Althea 

And the devil laughs. Satire. 1 act 
In Lewis, B. R. ed. University of 
Utah plays 
Exchange. Satire. 1 act 
In Lewis, B. R. ed. University of Utah 
plays 
Titheradge, Dion, 1889- 
Barbarous work 

In From "Folly to be wise" 
Behind the curtain. N.Y. French. cl926. 

12°. 81p. 
Crooked Billet, a play in three acts. N.Y. 

French. cl930. 8°. 88p. 
For England 

In Behind the curtain 
Garrick revised 

In Behind the curtain 
Gooseberries in Piccadilly 

In Behind the curtain 
Great white sale 

In From "Folly to be wise" 
He who gets sacked 

In From "Folly to be wise" 
King can do no wrong 

In From "Folly to be wise" 
Lady Emily talks business 

In From "Folly to be wise" 
Little birds in their nests 

In From "Folly to be wise" 
Alan proposes 

In From "Folly to be wise" 
Missing words 

In From "Folly to be wise" 
My lady Solomon 

In Written on foolscap 
No jazz to-night 

In Behind the curtain 
Permanent wave 

In Behind the curtain 
Relativity 

In Behind the curtain 
Speed! 

In From "Folly to be wise" 
Ups and downs from revue. N.Y. French. 
cl926. 8°. 85p. 
Same in Written on foolscap 
Very devil 

In Behind the curtain 
Violin 

In Behind the curtain 
Zara the great 

In Behind the curtain 
Toler, Sidney 

Her western Romeo; a comedy in three 

acts. N.Y. French. cl928. \2°. 76p. 

Miss Efficiency; a comedy drama in four 

acts. N.Y. French. cl927. 12°. 122p. 

Somebody's crooked; a comedy of 

mvstery in three acts. N.Y. French. 

cl929. 12°. 78p. 

Who's boss? A comedy in three acts. 

N.Y. French. 1929. 12°. 90p. 



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81 



Toller, Ernst, 1893- 

Brokenbrow, a tragedy; tr. by Vera 
Mendel. London. Nonsuch. [1926] 8°. 
50p. 
Hoppla! a play in a prologue and five 
acts. Hnglish version by Hermon 
Ould. London. Benn. 1928. 12°. 141p. 
Machine-wreckers; a drama of the Eng- 
lish Luddites in a prologue and five 
acts. English version by Ashely 
Dukes. London. Benn. 1923. 12°. 113p. 
Same in Moses, M. J. ed. Dramas of 
modernism and their fore- 
runners 
Man and the masses 
In Watson, E. B. and Pressey, B. eds. 
Contemporary drama: European 
plays 
Tolstoi, Count Lyof N. 1828-1910 
Live corpse. Conjugal. Six acts 

In Chandler, F. W. and Cordell, R. A. 
eds. Twentieth century plays 
Tomita, K. 

Final refuge. 1 act 

In Johnson, T. ed. Miniature plays for 
stage or studj' 
Tompkins, Frank Gerow, 1879- 
Letters. Comedy. 1 act 

In Shay, F. ed. Fifty more contempor- 
ary one-act plays 
Sham. Social satire. 1 act 
In Goldstone, G. A. ed. One-act plays 
Tompkins, J. M. S. 

Deathless world. Religious. 1 act 
In Eastman, F. ed. Modern religious 
dramas 
Tompkins, Juliet Wilbor, 1871- 

Once there was a princess; a comedy in 
three acts and a prologue. N.Y. 
French. cl927. 12°. 93p. 
Toms, Robert M. 

. . . and points west. Comedy. 1 act 
In Plavers' book of one act plays, ser. 
1 
Toomer, Jean 

Balo. . Negro. 1 act 
In Locke, A. Le R. and Gregory, M. 
eds. Plays of Negro life 
Torrence, Frederic Ridgley, 1875- 

Dance Calinda. Negro pantomime. 1 
act 
In Locke, A. Le R. and Gregory, M. 
eds. Plays of Negro life 
Granny Maumee. Negro. 1 act 
In Locke, A. Le R. and Gregory, M. 
eds. Plays of Negro life 
Rider of dreams. Negro. 1 act 

In Locke, A. Le R. and Gregory, M. 
eds. Plays of Negro life 
Totheroh, Dan W. 1894- 

Breaking of the calm; a plav in one 
act. N.Y. French. tcl928i " 12°. 15p. 
Same in One-act plays for everyone 
Distant drums, a plav in three acts. N.Y. 

French. 1932. 12°. 163p. 
Good vintage. Vengeance. 1 act 

In Clark, B. H. and Nicholson, K. eds. 
American scene 
One-act plays for everyone 
Great dark. 1 act 
In One-act plays 



In the darkness. I act 

In One-act plays for everyone 
Lost princess; a fantasy in one act. 
(Sequel to Stolen prince). N.Y. 
French. 1933. 19p. 
Same in One-act plays for everyone 
One-act plays for stage and 
study, ser. 6 
Mirthful marionettes. 1 act 

In One-act plays for everyone 
Pearls; a play in one act. N.Y. French. 
1933. 19p. 
Same in Cohen, H. L. ed. More one- 
act plays by modern authors 
One-act plays for everyone 
Stolen prince; a fantasy in one act. N.Y. 
French. 1933. 21p. 
Same in Cohen, H. L. ed. More one- 
act plays by modern authors 
Hampden, J. ed. Seven mod- 
ern plays for younger play- 
ers 
One-act plays for everyone 
Tune of a tune. Fantasy. 1 act 
In One-act plays for everyone 

One-act plays for stage and study, 
ser. 4 
While the mushrooms bubble. 1 act 

In One-act plays for everyone 
Widdy's mite. 1 act 

In One-act plays for everyone 

One-act plays for stage and study, 
ser. 5 
Totheroh, Dan, joint author. See Norris, 

K. and Totheroh, D. 
Toy, Jane 

Agatha; a romance of plantation days. 

1 act 

In Koch, F. H. ed. Carolina folk come- 
dies 
Tracy, H. E. H. 

Understudy. Theatre. 1 act 
In Eight one-act plays 
Trask, Mrs. Kate Nichols, 1853-1922 

Little town of Bethlehem; a play for the 
Christmastide in three parts. New 
York. French. 1929. 8°. 88p. 
Treadwell, Sophie 

Machinal. Tragedy. 10 episodes 
In Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 1928- 
29 (condensed) 
Trebitsch, Siegfried, 1869- 

Jitta's atonement. Comedy. 3 acts 
In Shaw, G. B. Translations and 
tomfooleries 
Tret'iakov, Sergei Mikhailovich, 1892- 
Roar China; an episode in nine scenes; 
tr. from the Russian . . . N.Y. Inter- 
national pub. CO. 1932. 87p. 
Trevelyan, H. B. 

Dark angel, a play of yesterdav and to- 
day. London. Benn. 1928. 12°. 104p. 
Trevelyan, Robert Calvery, 1872- 

Bride of Dionysus, a music-drama, and 
other poems. N.Y. Longmans. 1912. 
8°. 77p. 
Cheiron. London. Woolf. 1927. 12°. 58p. 

2 acts 
Fand 

In Three plays 



82 



INDEX TO PLAYS 



Trevelyan, Robert Calverly — Continued 
Meleager. London. Woolf. 1927. 12'. 51p. 

2 acts 
Pearl-tree 

In Three plays 
Sulla 

In Three plays 
Turner, John Hastings, 1891- 

Lord of the manor; a comedy. N.Y. 

French. 1929. 8°. 72p. 
Sea urchin; a comedy in three acts. N.Y. 

French. cl928. 8". 76p. 
Spot on the sun; a comedy in three acts. 
N.Y. French. cl928. 12°. 69p. 
Tuttle, Ruel Crompton 

Young Leonardo; a play in one act. 
Hartford, Conn. Haylofters. 1927. 
69p. 
Unger, Gladys Buchanan 

Ladies of creation; a modern comedy 

in three acts. N.Y. French. cl932. 

12°. 105p. 

Two girls wanted; a comedy in three 

acts. N.Y. French. 1926. 12°. 124p. 

Unruh, Fritz von, 1885- 

Bonaparte; tr. from the German by Ed- 
win Bjorkman. N.Y. Knopf. 1928. 
12°. 163p. 4 acts 
Upson, William Hazlett, 1891- 

Alaster salesman; a one-act sketch. N.Y. 
French. cl926. 12°. 17p. 
Same in Twelve one-act plays 
Responsible job; a one-act comedy. N.Y. 
French. cl933. 12°. 32p. 
Upton, Harding 

Show me; a comedy of amateur 
theatricals. N.Y. Watt. 1927. 12°. 
287p. 
Vachell, Horace Annesley, 1861- 

Fishpingle, a comedv in three acts. N.Y. 

French. cl931. 8°. 66p. 
Plus fours, a comedv in three acts. N.Y. 
French. cl930. 8°. 70p. 
Vallance, Rosalind 

Pandora's box. Mime. 1 act 

In Hampden, J. ed. Three modern 
plays and a mime 
Van Delden, Egbert Harold 

Alice in everydayland. Fantasy. 1 act 

In Poet Lore 38:96 
Guy upstairs. 1 act 
In Poet Lore 40:251 
Van Derveer, C. 

Spirit of '76. American Revolution. 1 
act 
In Johnson, T. ed. Plays about George 
Washington 
Van der Veer, Ethel 

Boy on the meadow. Christmas. 1 act 
In Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, A. P. 
eds. Plays for our American holi- 
days. V. 1 
Shay, _ F. ed. Appleton book of 
Christmas plays 
Let it burn. 1 act 

In New plays for women and girls 
Perfect pattern. 1 act 
In Sanford, A. P. ed. Plays for 
graduation days 



Rornance of the willow pattern 

In Twelve one-act plays 
Saint Cyprian and the devil. 1 act 
In One-act plaj's for stage and study, 
ser. 6 
Shipping mother east. Comedy. 1 act 
In Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, A. P. 
eds. Plays for our American 
holidays, v. 4 
When the horns blow. Comedv. 1 act 
In SchaufHer, R. H. and Sanford, A. P. 
eds. Plays for our American holi- 
days. V. 2 
Van der Veer, Ethel and Bigelow, Franklin 
Beautv shoppe; a comedv in three acts. 
N'Y. French. cl933. 87p. 
Van der Veer, Ethel and Preece, Marian 
Babouscka; a fantasv in one act. N.Y. 
French. 1933. 14p. 
Same in One-act plays for stage and 
studv. ser. 5 
Van Druten, John, "l902- 

After all, a play in three acts. N.Y. 
French. 1929. 12°. 117p. Comedy 
Same in Famous plays of 1931 
Plays of a half-decade 
Behold, we live, a play (in three acts). 
London. Gollancz. 1932. 12°. 104p. 
Same in Famous plays of 1932-33 
Distaff side, a play in three acts. Lon- 
don. Gollancz. 1933. 12°. 114p. 
Same in Famous plays of 1933-34 
Diversion, a plav in three acts. London. 

Putnam. 1928. 12°. llOp. 
London wall, a comedy in three acts. 
N.Y. French. cl932. 8°. 85p. 
In Famous plays of 1931 
Return of the soldier, a play in three 
acts; adapted from Rebecca West's 
novel, The return of the soldier. 
London. Gollancz. 1928. 12°. 116p. 
Somebody knows, a play. London. 
Gollancz. 1932. 12°. 128p. 
In Famous plays of 1932 
There's alwavs Juliet; a comedy in three 
atcs. N.Y. French. 1932. 12°. 176p. 
Same in Famous plays of 1932 
Young Woodley. Adolescent love. 3 
acts 
Same in Famous plays of to-day 
Plavs of a half-decade 
Vane, Sutton, 1888- 

Outward bound. Immortality. 3 acts 
In Marriott, J. W. Great modern 
British plavs 
Veber, Pierre, 1869- 
Happiness. 1 act 

In Vernon, V. and F. eds. Modern 
one-act plays from the French 
Veiller, Bayard 

Trial of Mary Dugan, a melodrama of 
New York life in three acts. N.Y. 
French. 1928. 12°. 144p. 
Vilas, Faith Van Valkenburgh 

"Fiat lux" (Let there be light); a mod- 
ern mystery play in one act. N.Y. 
French. cl922. 8°. 26p. 
Maker of souls, an oriental fantasy in 
two acts and a prologue, with musical 
concurrence. N.Y. Pandick press. 
cl927. 12°. 52p. 



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83 



Tears of dawn, a medieval fantasy in 
one act 
In Poet Lore 33:105 
Three Thanksgivings. 1 act 
In Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, A. P. 
eds. Plays for our American holi- 
daj's. V. 2 
VUdrac, Charles, 1882- 
Art of making friends. (L'indigent) 
1 act 
In Vernon, V. and F. eds. Modern 
one-act play» from the French 
Michel Auclair; a play in three acts 
In [Leverton, G. H. ed. Plays for the 
college theatre. 1932] 
Steamship Tenacity; a comedy in three 
acts 
In Dickinson, T. H. ed. Chief con- 
temporary dramatists, ser. 3 
Tucker, S. M. ed. Twenty-five mod- 
ern plays 
Vinton, Iris 
Just babies. 1 act 

In Sanford, A. P. ed. One-act plays 
for women 
Vollmer, Lula 

Sun-up; a play in three acts. Comedy 
In Tucker, S. M. ed. Twenty-five mod- 
ern plays 
Vollmoeller, K. 1848- 
Uncle's been dreaming 

In Katzin, W. ed. Eight European 
plays 
Vosper, Frank, 1899- 

Lucky dip, a comedy in three acts. N.Y. 

French. cl931. 8°. 70p. 
Marry at leisure, a comedy in three acts. 

N.Y. French. cl931. 8°. 76p. 
Murder on the second floor; a play. N.Y. 

French. cl930. 16°. 81p. Mystery 
People like us; a plav. London. Putnam. 
(1929) 12°. 123p. 
Waddell, Helen Jane 

Abbe Prevost. London. Constable. cl933. 

8°. 57p. Historical. 3 acts 
Spoiled Buddha; a play in two acts. 
Dublin. Talbot press. 1919. 16°. 40p. 

Wadhams, Neva M. 

Fat, jolly old man. Christmas. 1 act 
In Curtis, A. ed. Christmas plays for 
one and all 

Waldman, Seymour 

Dead insist on living; a play in six 
scenes. N.Y. Gotham House. (cl931] 
8°. 157p. Pessimism 

Walker, Alice Johnstone, 1871- 
Sanctuary knocker. 1 act 
In Sanford, A. P. ed. Plays for gradua- 
tion days 

Walker, Stuart 

Birthday of the infanta (Oscar Wilde). 
1 act 
In Moses. M. J. ed. Another treasury 
of plays for children 
Medicine show. Comedy. 1 act 

In Clark, B. H. and Nicholson, K. eds. 
American scene 



Nevertheless. Fantasy. 1 act 
In Webber, J. P. and Webster, H. H. 
eds. One-act plays for secondary 
schools 
Seven gifts. Pantomime. 1 scene 
In Schaufifler, R. H. and Sanford, A. 
P. eds. Plays for our American 
holidays, v. 1 
Shay, F. ed. Appleton book of 
Christmas plays 
Wallace, Edgar, 1875-1932 

Calendar, a racing play in three acts. 

N.Y. French. cl932. 8°. 88p. 
Case of the frightened lady, a play in 
three acts N.Y. French. cl932. 8°. 
73p. 
Ringer, a play in four acts. N.Y. French. 
cl929. 8°. 79p. 
Walter, Eugene 

Easiest way. Problem. 4 acts 
In Mantle, B. and Sherman, G. P. eds. 
Best plays of 1909-1919 
Warren, Edward Henry, 1873- 

Shakespeare in Wall street. Boston. 
Houghton. 1930. 12°. 36p. Burlesque. 
1 act 
Warren, Prescott and Hutchins, Will 
Day that Lincoln died, a play in one act. 
Boston. Baker. 1912. 12°. 16p. 
In Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, A. P. 
eds. Plays for our American holi- 
days. V. 3 
Watkins, Maurine 

Chicago. N.Y. Knopf. 1927. 12°. lllp. 
Comedy. 3 acts 
In Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 1926- 

27 (abridged) 
Watling, E. F. 

All right on the night 

In Campion, C. et al. Stage door; 
ten sketches for revue 
Community drama 
In Campion, C. et al. Stage door; 
ten sketches for revue 
French as she is learnt 
In Campion, C. et al. Stage door; 
ten sketches for revue 
Watters, George Manker and Hopkins, 
Arthur 
Burlesque. Comedy. 3 acts 
In Mantle, B. ed. Best plays for 1927- 

28 (abridged) 
Watts, Barbara 

Princess and the players 
In Bourne, J. ed. Eight new plays for 
boys and girls 
Watts, William 

How heartsease cured the duke; a play 
in four acts. Boston. Four Seas. 
1927. 12°. 38p. 
Weaver, Mrs. Gustine Nancy (Courson) 
1873- 
Christmas pageant 

In Hop Run, and six other pageants 
Hop-Run. Pageant 

In Hop-Run, and six other pageants 
Memories: Mother's day play 

In Hop-Run, and six other pageants 
Passion week: An Easter pageant 

In Hop-Run, and six other pageants 



84 



INDEX TO PLAYS 



Weaver, G. N. C. — Continued 
Patriotic pageant 

In Hop-Run, and six other pageants 
Possibilities in rural church life. Pageant 

In Hop-Run, and six other pageants 
Thanksgiving pageant. Pageant 

In Hop-Run, and six other pageants 
Webber, James Plaisted 

Frances and Francis. Subterfuge. 1 act 
In Webber, J. P. and Webster, H. H. 
eds. Typical plays for secondary 
schools 
Golden arrow. 1 act 
In Johnson, T. ed. Ten fantasies for 
stage and study 
Wedekind, Frank, 1864-1918 
Heart of a tenor. 1 act 

In Smart Set anthology 
Such is life. Medieaval Italy. 5 acts 
In Dickinson, T. H. ed. Chief con- 
temporary dramatists, ser. 3 
Tucker, S. M. ed. Modern continen- 
tal plays 
Weeks, Albert Loren 

Cocktails. Comedy. 1 act 

In Players book of one act plays, ser. 1 
Elsie. Comedy. 1 act 

In Players book of one act plays, ser. 1 
Little brown jug. Comedy. 1 act 

In Players book of one act plays, ser. 1 
Weinberg, Albert, 1889- 

Lofty motives. Strategy. 1 act 
In Poet Lore 38:603 
Weitzenkorn, Louis, 1893- 

Five star final, a melodrama in three 

acts; preface by Herbert Bayard 

Swope. N.Y. French. 1931. 12°. 165p. 

In Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 1930- 

31 (abridged) 

WelfF, E. 

Three of a different kind. 1 act 

In Jagendorf, M. A. ed. Nine short 
plays 
Wellington, Barbara 

Is romance dead? 1 act 
In Johnson, T. ed. Ten fantasies for 
stage and study 
Wells, C. F. 

Apothecary. 1 act 

In Johnson, T. ed. Ten fantasies for 
stage and study 
Werfel, Franz V. 1890- 

Goat song (Bockgesang); a drama in 
five acts . . . tr. by Ruth Langner. 
Garden City, N.Y. Doubleday. 1926. 
12°. 161p. 
Juarez and Maximilian; a dramatic his- 
tory in three phases and thirteen 
pictures; tr. by Ruth Langner. N.Y. 
Simon. 1927. 12°. 172p. 
Paul among the Jews (a tragedy); tr. 
by Paul P. Levertoff. London. Dio- 
cesan house. (1928i 8°. 150p. 
West, Rebecca. See Van Druten, John. 

Return of the soldier 
Wexley, John 

Last mile; a play in three acts. N.Y. 
French. 1930. 12°. 128p. Death pen- 
alty 
Same in Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 
1929-30 (abridged) 



They shall not die. N.Y. Knopf. 12°. 
191p. Scottsboro case 
Same in Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 
1933-34 (abridged) 

Whipkey, Stella Dunaway 

Door mats. 1 act 
In Poet Lore 40:92 

White, Charlotte Reed 

Group of plays about Ulysses and the 
Greeks. Classical 
In Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, A. P. 
eds. Plays for our American holi- 
days. V. 4 

White, Jessie Braham 

Snow White and the seven dwarfs, a 

fairy tale play based on story of the 

brothers Grimm. N.Y. Dodd. 1913. 

24°. 236p. 

In Moses, M. J. ed. Another treasury 

of plays for children 

White, Leonard C. 

Perfect marriage. 1 act 
In Marriott, J. W. ed. Best one-act 
plays of 1931 

White, Lucy 

Bird child. Negro social. 1 act 
In Locke, A. Le R. and Gregory, M. 
eds. Plays of Negro life 

Whitehouse, Josephine Henry 

Ambush; farce comedy. 1 act 

In Nicholson, K. ed. Appleton book 
of short plays, ser. 2 

Daily bread. Domestic life. 1 act 
In Poet Lore 40:129 

Indian summer, a comedy in one act 
In Poet Lore 39:455 

Wied, Gustav Joannes, 1858-1914 

2 X 2 := 5. Social revolt. 4 acts 

In Le Gallienne, E. ed. Eva Le Gal- 
lienne's civic repertory plays 

Wight, Delano, 1882- 

Colonel Washington, a play in seven 
scenes. Cambridge, Mass. Privately 
printed at Riverside press. 1933. 12°. 
133p. 

Wight, Douglas 

Under the oak. Chaucer's Pardoner's 
tale. 4 scenes 
In Hughes, G. ed. Short plays for 
modern players 

Wilcox, Grace 

Translated. 3 scenes 
In Poet Lore 41:251 

Wilde, Oscar (Fingall O'Flahertie Wills) 

1856-1900 
Importance of being earnest. Comedy. 
3 acts 
In Steeves, H. R. ed. Plays from the 
modern theatre 
Tucker, S. M. ed. Twenty-five mod- 
.ern plays 
Salome. Tragedy. 1 act 
In Clark, B. H. ed. Representative 
one-act plays by British and Irish 
authors 



AUTHOR INDEX 



85 



Woman of no importance. Comedy. 4 
acts 
In Cordell, R. A. ed. Representative 
modern plays 

Wilde, Percival, 1887- 

Alias Santa Claus; a play for children. 
N.Y. Appleton. 1927. 12°. 58p. 
In Schauffler, R. H. ed. Plays for our 
American holidays, v. 1 
Catesby. Comedy. 1 act 
In One-act plays of Percival Wilde, 
ser. 1 
Confessional. Ethical. 1 act 
In Eastman, F. ed. Modern religious 
dramas 
Goldstone, G. A. ed. One act plays 
Pence, R. W. ed. Dramas by pres- 
ent-day writers 
Tucker, S. M. ed. Twelve one-act 
plays for study and production 
Dawn. Supernatural. 1 act 
In One-act plays of Percival Wilde, 
ser. 1 
Phillips, Le R. and Johnson, T. eds. 
Types of modern dramatic com- 
position 
Enchanted Christmas tree. 1 act 
In Shay, F. ed. Appleton book of 
Christmas plays 
Finger of God. Ethical. 1 act 
In One-act plays of Percival Wilde, 
ser. 1 
Gadgets. Mechanistic tragi-comedy. 1 
act 
In Ten plays for little theatres 
Great American drama. 1 act 

In Ten plays for little theatres 
House of cards. Domestic tragedy. 1 act 
In One-act plays of Percival Wilde, 
ser. 1 
Immoralia. 1 act 

In Three minute plays 
In the net. Comedy. 1 act 
In One-act plays of Percival Wilde, 
ser. 1 
Inn of discontent. Fantasy. 1 act 
In Sanford, A. P. ed. Plays for gradu- 
ation days 
Innocentia. 1 act 

In Three minute plays 
Kings in Nomania. N.Y. Appleton. 1926. 
12°. 75p. 
In One-act plays of Percival Wilde, 
ser. 1 
Lady of dreams. Fantasy. 1 act 
In One-act plays of Percival Wilde, 
ser. 1 
Sanford, A. P. ed. One-act plays 
for women 
Lift that failed. See Wilde, P. Lost ele- 
vator 
Lost elevator. Improbable comedy. 1 
act 
In One-act plays of Percival Wilde, 
ser. 1 (Lift that failed) 
Ten plays for little theatres 
Lot's wife; a contribution to history. 1 
act 
In Ten plays for little theatres 



Mothers of men. Mother's Day. 1 act 
In Schauffler, R. H. ed. Plays for our 
American holidays, v. 4 
Moving finger; a drama in one act. N.Y. 
French 1931. 26p. 
Same in One-act plays for stage and 
study, ser. 6 
Musicalia. 1 act 

In Three minute plays 
Noble lord. Comedy. 1 act 

In Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, A. P. 
eds. Plays for our American 
holidays, v. 2 
Out of the mouths of . . . ; a serio- 
comedy. 1 act 
In Ten plays for little theatres 
Pawns. War. 1 act 
In One-act plays of Percival Wilde, 
ser. 1 
Sequel. Comedy. 1 act 

In One-act plays of Percival Wilde 
Short cut. Mine cave-in. 1 act 
In Ten plays for little theatres 
Standish pride. FantasJ^ 1 act 

In Ten plays for little theatres 
Talisman. 1 act 
In One-act plays of Percival Wilde, 
ser. 1 
Thing. Delusion. 1 act 

In Ten plays for little theatres 
Traitor. Boer war. 1 act 
In One-act plays of Percival Wilde, 
ser. 1 
Unseen host. War fantasy. 1 act 
In Webber, J. P. and Webster, H. H. 
eds. One-act plays for secondary 
schools 
Vignette. Divorce. 1 act 

In Ten plays for little theatres 
What never dies. 1 act 
In Ten plays for little theatres 

Hughes, G. ed. Short plays for 
modern players 

Wilder, Thornton Niven, 1897- 

And the sea shall give up its dead. 
Judgment day. 1 scene 
In Angel that troubled the waters, and 
other plays 
Angel on the ship. Sea. 1 scene 

In Angel that troubled the waters, and 
other plays 
Church, V. W. ed. Curtain! 
Angel that troubled the waters. Healing. 
1 scene 
In Angel that troubled the waters, and 
other plays 
Brother Fire. Italy. 1 scene 
In Angel that troubled the waters, and 
other plays 
Centaurs. Ibsen. 1 scene 
In Angel that troubled the waters, and 
other plays 
Childe Roland to the dark tower came. 
Death. 1 scene 
In Angel that troubled the waters, and 
other plays 
Fanny Otcott. Morals. 1 scene 
In Angel that troubled the waters, and 
other plays 



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INDEX TO PLAYS 



Wilder, Thornton Niven — Continued 

Flight into Egypt. Holy family. 1 scene 
In Angel that troubled the waters, and 
other plays 
Happy journey to Trenton and Camden. 
1 act 
In Long Christmas dinner and other 
plays 
Hast thou considered my servant Job? 
Biblical. 1 scene 
In Angel that troubled the waters, and 
other plays 
Leviathan. Fanciful. 1 scene 

In Angel that troubled the waters, and 
other plays 
Long Christmas dinner. Birth and death. 
1 act 
In Long Christmas dinner and other 
plays 
Love and how to cure it; a play in one 
act. N.Y. French. cl932. 12°. 23p. 
Same in Long Christmas dinner and 
other plays 
Message and Jehanne. Comedy. 1 scene 
In Angel that troubled the waters, and 
other plays 
Mozart and the gray steward. Mozart. 
1 scene 
In Angel that troubled the waters, and 
other plays 
Cohen, H. L. ed. One-act plays by 
modern authors. 1934 edition 
Nascuntur poetae. Fate. 1 scene 
In Angel that troubled the waters, and 
other plays 
Now the servant's name was Malchus. 
Jesus. 1 scene 
In Angel that troubled the water, and 
other plays 
Penny that beauty spent. Romantic. 1 
scene 
In Angel that troubled the waters, and 
other plays 
Proserpina and the devil, a play for 
marionettes. 1 scene 
In Angel that troubled the waters, and 
other plays 
Pullman car Hiawatha. 1 act 
In Long Christmas dinner and other 
plays 
Queens of France. Satire. 1 act 
In Long Christmas dinner and other 
plays 
Such things happen only in books. 1 act 
In Long Christmas dinner and other 
plays 

Williams, Emlyn 

Late Christopher Bean; a comedy; an 
English adaptation of Rene Fau- 
chois' Prenez garde a la peinture! 
London. Gollancz. 1933. 128p. 

Williams, Jessie Lsmch, 1871- 
Why marry? Comedy. 3 acts 

In Mantle, B. and Sherman, G. P. eds. 
Best plays of 1909-1919 

Williams, Margery, joint author. See 
Hutchinson, Harold and Williams, 
Margery 



Williams, Sarah M. 

Turkey girl. Zuni indians. 1 act 
In Lewis, B. R. ed. University of Utah 
plays 

Willis, Richard 

Confession. 1 act 
In Four playlets 
Six playlets 
Cowards. 1 act 
In Six playlets 
Little old gent. 1 act 
In Four playlets 
Six playlets 
Old grouch. 1 act 
In Four playlets 
Six playlets 
Show must go on. 1 act 
In Four playlets 
Six playlets 
Too much crime. 1 act 
In Six playlets 

Wilson, Alma 

Company's coming, a farce-comedy in 
three acts. N.Y. French. cl931. 12°. 
141p. (Copyright, 1915, under title, 
"The third leg") 

Wilson, Frank H. 

Sugar cane. Negro. 1 act 
In Locke, A. LeR. and Gregory, M, 
eds. Plays of Negro life 

Wilson, Harry Leon, joint author. See 

Tarkington, Booth and Wilson, Harry 

Leon 

Photograph reveries; an entertainment in 

sixteen scenes. N.Y. French. cl933. 

12°. 19p. 

Wilson, Sue Ann 

Festival of the harvest moon. Thanks- 
giving. 1 act 
In Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, A. P. 
eds. Plays for our American holi- 
days. V. 2 
Festival of Yankee Doodle. Fourth of 
July. 1 act 
In Schauffler, R. H. and Sanford, A. P. 
eds. Plays for our American 
holidays, v. 3 

Wilson, Theodora Wilson 

Champion North. Comedy. 3 acts 
In Five three-act plays 

Winningham, C. C. 

Murder will out. Comedy. 1 act 
In Players book of one act plays, ser. 1 

Winsloe, Christa 

Children in uniform; a play in three acts; 
adapted from the same play as 
Madchen in uniform. London. Gol- 
lancz. 1933. 96p. (German play was 
performed under title: Gestern und 
Heute.) Also Little, Brown. Boston. 
1933 
Satne in Famous plays of 1932-33 

Winter, John Keith 

Rats of Norway; a play in three acts. 
London. Heinemann. [1933] 104p. 



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37 



Shining hour; a play in three acts. Gar- 
den City, N.Y. Doubleday. 1934. 12°. 
156p. Melodrama 
Same in Mantle, B. ed. Best plays of 
1933-34 (abridged) 
Witherspoon, Frances 

Other room. Ethical. 1 act 
In Poet Lore 38:269 
Witter, Gilbert 

King Henry the Seventh [The missing 

play]. A play in four acts. Oxford. 

Shakespeare Head press. 1933. 12°. 

144p. Historical 

Wodehouse, P. G. See Molnar, F. Play's 

the thing 
Wolff, Pierre, 1865- 

Faithful! a sentimental fragment. (Fi- 
dele) 1 act 
In Vernon, V. and F. eds. Modern 
one-act plays from the French 
Woollcott, Alexander and Kaufman, George 
S. 
Dark tower; a melodrama. N.Y. Random 
House. 1934. 8°. 170p. 3 acts 
Woolley, Olive Frank 
Sara. Biblical. 1 act 

In Lewis, B. R. ed. University of Utah 
plays 
Worcester, Laiu-ence G. 

"After you, I'm next"; a play in three 
acts. Boston. Baker. cl927. 12°. 
118p. 
Cat o' nine tails; a mystery play in three 
acts. Boston. Baker. cl927. 12°. 121p. 
Pink pajamas; a farce comedy in three 
acts. Philadelphia. Penn. 1927. 12° 
Wormwood, Edyth M. 

Doll that saved an army; an historical 
play in four scenes. Boston. Baker. 
1916. 24p. 
Same in Johnson, T. ed. Plays about 
George Washington 
Wylie, Lauri, 1880- 
She was right 
In Campion, C. et. al. Stage door; ten 
sketches for revue 
Wyspianski, Stanislaw 

Meleager; a tragedy, tr. from the Polish 
by Florence Noyes and G. R. Noyes. 
Berkeley, Cal. Univ. of Cal. press. 
1933. 77p. 

Yeats, Jack Butler, 1871- 
Apparitions 

In Apparitions 
Old sea road 

In Apparitions 
Rattle 

In Apparitions 
Scourge of the gulph. Marionette. 3 
scenes 
In McPharlin, P. ed. Repertory of 
marionette plays 



Yeats, William Butler, 1865- 

Cat and the moon. Ireland. 1 act 

In Criterion 2:395 
Countess Cathleen. London. Union 

Famine. [1924i 12°. 118p. 4 acts 
Land of heart's desire. Symbolic. 1 act 
In Clark, B. H. ed. Representative one- 
act plays by British and Irish 
authors 
On Baile's strand. Legendary. 1 act 
In Canfield, C. ed. Plays of the Irish 
renaissance 
Only jealousy of Emer. Legendary. 1 
act 
In Canfield, C. ed. Plays of the Irish 
renaissance 
Pot of broth. Comedy. 1 act 
In Marriott, J. B. ed. One-act plays 
of to-day. ser. 3 
Yerkes, Robert G. 

Their appointed rounds. Melodrama. 1 
act 
In Players book of one-act plays, ser. 1 
Yevreinow, Nikolai Nikolayevich. See 

Evreinov, Nicolai Nicolaevich 
York, George 

Christmas by request. 1 act 
In Curtis, A. ed. Christmas plays for 
one and all 
Young, Francis Brett, 1884- and Arm- 
strong, William 
Furnace; a play in four acts. N.Y. Knopf. 
1929. 12°. 140p. Economic war 
Young, Francis Brett and Stirling, W. Ed- 
ward 
Captain Swing, a romantic play of 1830. 
London. Gollancz. cl919. 12°. 95p. 
Young, Stark 

Addio. Romantic. 1 act 
In Clark, B. H. and Nicholson, K. eds. 
American scene 
King with the iron heart. Juvenile. 1 act 
In Moses, M. J. ed. Another treasury 
of plays for children 
Queen of Sheba. Insanity. 1 act 
In Isaacs, E. J. ed. Plays of American 
life and fantasy 
Rose windows. Comedy. 1 act 
In Isaacs, E. J. ed. Plays of American 
life and fantasy 
Twilight saint, a plav in one act. N.Y. 
French. cl925. 12°. 17p. 
In Cohen, H. L. ed. One-act plays by 
modern authors. 1934 edition 
Zorrilla y Moral, Jose, 1855-1931 

Dagger of the Goth. Tragedy. 1 act 
In Poet Lore 40:426 
Zweig, Stefan, 1881- 

Ben Jonson's Volpone, a loveless com- 
edy in 3 acts, freely adapted by 
Stefan Zweig, and translated from 
the German by Ruth Langner. N.Y. 
Viking. 1928. 12°. 187p. 



TITLE AND SUBJECT INDEX 



Title and Subject Index 



Abbe Prevost. Waddell, H. 

Abelard and Heloise. Hulley, L. 

Aboard a slow train. Hare, W. B. 

About face. Hoffman, P. 

Above all else, liberty. Stenger, G. 

Abraham Lincoln — a pageant. Fielden, 

A. D. 
Abraham Lincoln, rail-splitter. Mackay, 

C. D'A. 
Abraham Lincoln's birthday. Mackay, 

C. D'A. 
Abram in Egypt. Reznikoff, C. 
Absent-minded lady. Campion, C. 
Ace is trumped. Stinson, H. H. 
Acoma. Masters, E. L. 
Across the border. Clements, C. C. 
Across the Jordan. Culbertson, E. H. 
Acting version of the Green Hat. Arlen, 

M. 
Actress and the count. Schnitzler, A. 
Acts of Saint Peter. Bottomley, G. 
Ada beats the drum. Kirkpatrick, J. A. 
Ada Wodderspoon. Ould, H. 
Adam. Lewisohn, L. 
Adam and Eve. Hulley, L. 
Adam and Eve. Porras, A. 
Adam the creator. Capek, K. and Capek, 

J., 

Adam's opera. Ashton, W. 
Adding machine. Rice, E. L. 
Addio. Young, S. 

Admirable Bashville; or, Constancy re- 
warded. Shaw, G. B. 
Admirable Crichton. Barrie, J. M. 
Admiral. Kennedy, C. R. 
Admiral Christopher. Price, O. M. 
Adolescent young. Phelps, P. 
Adrea. Belasco, D. 

Advantages of being shy. Hof?man, P. 
Adventures of grandpa. Hare, W. B. 
Affair of "The Sea Gull." Osgood, E. 
Affairs of Anatol. Schnitzler, A. 
Affairs of men. Beck, W. 
After all. Van Druten, J. 
After all these years. Beck, W. 
After Euripides' Electra. Baring, M. 
After midnight. Daixel, S. 
After the funeral. Perez, L L. 
"After you, Pm next."- Worcester, L. G. 
Aftermath. Pride, L. B. 
Afternoon. Johnson, P. 
Agatha. Toy, J. 

Age of accountability. Boatright, M. C. 
Age of discretion. Berman, H. 
Agnes. Hulley, L. 
Ahasverus. Heijermans, H. 
Airways, inc. Dos Passes, J. R. 
Akhnaton. Phillpotts, A. E. 
Alabama bound. Hare, W. B. 
Aladdin. DuBois, T. 
Alarm clock. Hopwood, A. 
Albert: Prince Consort. Huxley, A. 
Alcestis. Rankin, St. J. 



Alchemy 

Dunsany, E. Jest of Hahalaba 
Ali Baba and the forty thieves. Joseph, 

H. H. 
Ali the cobbler. Shepherd, M. 
Alias the deacon. Hymer, J. B. and 

Clemens, L. 
Alice in everydayland. Van Delden, E. H. 
Alice in Wonderland. LeGallienne, E. and 

Friebus, F. 
Alice-sit-by-the-fire. Barrie, J. M. 
Alien corn. Howard, S. C. 
Alison's house. Glaspell, S. 
All alone in the country. Stevens, H. B. 
All at sea. Sitwell, O. and Sitwell, S. 
All God's chillun got wings. O'Neill, E. 
All on a summer's day. Ryerson, F. and 

Clements, C. 
All right on the night. Watling, E. F. 
All the king's horses. Openshaw, C. E. 
Allison's lad. Dix, B. M. 
All's vanity. Holbrook, M. 
Almost a honeymoon. Ellis, W. W. 
Along came Ruth. Day, H. F. 
Alphabet tree. Olcott, V. 
Amaco. Flavin, M. 
Amateur detective. Janney, S. 
Amazed evangelist. Mavor, O. H. 
Ambassador of Capripedia. Huxley, A. 
Ambitious guest (N. Hawthorne). Hart- 
ley, R. E. and Power, C. M. 
Ambush. Hughes, R. 
Ambush. Whitehouse, J. H. 
Amende honorable. Housman, L. 
America on trial. Eastman, F. 
America triumphant. Mackay, C. D'A. 
American comedy. Lloyd, H. C. 
American revolution 

Frank, B. Twelve thousand 
America's unfinished battles. Eastman, 

F. 
Amnesia 

Giraudoux, J. Siegfried 

Among the nightingales. Huxley, A. L. 
Amy Robsart. Hugo, V. 
Anaesthesia 

Cummings, E. E. Him 
Thrush, A. Wisdom tooth 
Ananias and Sapphira. Hulley, L. 
Anatomist. Mavor, O. H. 
And Billy disappeared. Hare, W. B. 
And home came Ted. Hare, W. B. 
. . . and points west. Toms, R.M. 
And so ad infinitum. See Capek, K. and 

Capek, J. World we live in 
And so to bed. Fagan, J. B. 
And the devil laughs. Thurston, A. 
And the sea shall give up its dead. 

Wilder, T. 
Andalusia 

Alvarez Quintero, S. and J. Four plays 
Androcles and the lion. Shaw, G. B. 
Angel cake. O'Ryan, A. W. 



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INDEX TO PLAYS 



Angel food. Burnet, D. 

Angel on the ship. Wilder, T. 

Angel that troubled the waters. Wilder, T. 

Angela. Bell, F. E. E. 

Angelina's lover. Stayton, F. 

Angelus. Taylor, H. L. 

Animal kingdom. Barry, P. 

Annajanska, the bolshevik empress. Shaw, 
G. B. 

Anne, of old Salem. Batchelder, C. B. 

Anne, one hundred per cent. Collins, S. 

Anniversary. Chekhov, A. P. 

Annual jumble sale. Darmady, J. 

Another language. Franken, R. L. 

Answer. Firkins, O. W. 

Answer me that! Titheradge, D. 

Antar of Araby. Cuney-Hare, M. 

Antoinette comes to town. McMullen, 
J. C. 

Apollo and the muses. Hulley, L. 

Apostrophe in modern dress. Beck, W. 

Apothecary. Wells, C. F. 

Apparitions. Yeats, J. B. 

Appearances. Taylor, R. 

Apple cart. Shaw, G. B. 

Apricot tree. Bax, C. 

April fool. Olcott, V. 

April shower. Johnson, P. 

Arabesque. Anderson, L. 

Arachne. Phillpotts, A. E. 

Arbor Day 

Edgar, M. S. Conspiracy of spring 
Grimball, E. B. Snow queen 
Thorp, J. Treasure chest 

Archibald. Robertson, W. G. 

Arduin. Rice, C. Y. 

Ardvorlich's wife. Bottomley, G. 

Are all men like that? Ring, L. B. 

Are men superior? Ford, H. 

Aren't women wonderful! Deans, H. 

Argyle case. Ford, H. and O'Higgins, 
H. J. 

Aria da capo. Millay, E. St. V. 

Aristocrats of Charles Town, S.C. Hulley, 
L. 

Arms and the man. Shaw, G. B. 

Army with banners. Kennedy, C. R. 

Arnold goes into business. McMullen, 
J. C. 

Around the blue wigwam. Price, O. M. 

Arrow. Downey, J. E. 

Arrow by day. Hines, L. J. 

Art and Mrs.' Bottle. Levy, B. W. 

Art and Mrs. Palmer. Hughes, G. 

Art of making friends. Vildrac, C. 

Artist's colony. Hulley, L. 

As husbands go. Crothers, R. 

As the crow flies. Geddes, V. 

As you desire me. Pirandello, L. 

Asa Steelman. Hulley, L. 

Ask Beccles. Campion, C. and Dignon, 

E.- 
Assyrian afternoon. Sladen-Smith, F. 
At Mrs. Beams. Munro, C. K. 
At number fifteen. Brosman, A. 
At old Vincennes. Smith, Ruth P. 
At the club. Gerstenberg, A. 
At the ferry. Anonymous, q.v. 
At the gate. Pirandello, L. 
At the junction. Field, R. L. 



At the milestone. Thorp, J. 

At the mule. Lewis, D. B. W. 

At the turn of tide. Stenger, G. 

At the Villa Rosa. Mason, A. E. W. 

Atalanta in Wimbledom. Dunsany, E. 

Atlas and Eva. See Delf, H. Too much 

family 
Atonement. Parke, J. H. 
Atonement. Thompson, E. J. 
Au revoir. Dobson, A. 
Aucassin and Nicolette. Bax, C. 
Augustus does his bit. Shaw, G. B. 
Augustus in search of a father. Chapin, 

H. 
Aulis difficulty. Baring, M. 
Auntie up. Metcalfe, F. 
Autocrat of the coffee-stall. Chapin, H. 
Autumn crocus. Anthony, C. L. 
Autumn crocus. Smith, D. G. 
Avenue. Merrill, F. 
Awake and sing. Odets, C. 
Baa, baa, black sheep. Beith, J. H. and 

Wodehouse, P. G. 
Babbitt's boy. Hughes, G. 
Babouscha. Van der Veer, E. and Preece, 

M. 
Baby cyclone. Cohan, G. M. 
Baby New Year. Arkwright, R. 
Bachelor father. Carpenter, E. C. 
Back home. Gunn, N. M. 
Back numbers at Christmas. Curtis, A. 
Back of the yards. Goodman, K. S. 
Back stage. McMullen, J. C. 
Back to Methuselah. Shaw, G. B. 
Back to the college. Paull, H. M. 
Back to your knitting. Goodman, J. E. 
Back way. Hodson, J. L. 
Backstage. Hughes, B. 
Backwoods. Holbrook, M. 
Backwoods school in '49. Hare, W. B. 
Bad penny. Field, R. L. 
Badger's Green. Sherriff, R. C. 
Balcony. Royde-Smith, N. G. 
Ball and chain. Cowan, S. 
Balloon. Colum, P. 
Balo. Toomer, J. 
Bandolero. Hulley, L. 
Banns of marriage. Lee, C. J. 
Barbara's wedding. Barrie, J. M. 
Barbarians. Pride, L. B. 
Barbarian's work. Titheradge, D. 
Barber and the cow. Davies, D. T. 
Barely proper. Gushing, C. C. S. 
Bargains. Kester, K. 
Bargains in Cathay. Field, R. L. 
Barker. Nicholson, K. 
Barretts of Wimpole street. Besier, R. 
Barrymores 

Kaufman, G. S. and Ferber, E. Royal 

family 
Barter. Nagle, Br. U. 
Barton mystery. Hackett, W. 
Bat. Rinehart, M. R. and Hopwood, A. 
Bath-sheba of Saaremaa. Kallas, A. 
Bean boy. Adair, T. 
Beantown baby show. Hare, W. B. 
Bearskin. Sowerby, G. 
Beaten track. Francis, J. O. 
Beatriz Juana. Archer, W. 
Beau of Bath. Mackay, C. D'A. 



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Beauties and the beast. Howard de 

Walden, T. E. S-E. 
Beauty and the beast. Joseph, H. H. 
Beauty and the Jacobins. Tarkington, B. 
Beauty shoppe. Van der Veer, E. and 

Bigelow, F. 
Beaver coat. Hauptmann, G. 
Bebele. Hirschbein, P. 
Because I love you. Brieux, E. 
Becky Sharp. Mitchell, L. E. 
Bed and bored. See Burke, Edwin. This 

thing called love 
Bed for three. Anderson, L. 
Bedmates. Shiels, G. 
Bedside manners. Nicholson, K. and 

Behrman, S. 
Bees 

Dunsany, E. Flight of the queen 
Before breakfast. Sowerby, G. 
Beggar on horseback. Kaufman, G. S. 

and Ferber, E. 
Behind the curtain. Titheradge, D. 
Behind the night. Geddes, V. 
Behold the bridegroom. Kelly, G. E. 
Behold this dreamer. Oursler, F. and 

Kennedy, A. 
Behold we live. Van Druten, J. 
Belgium 

Rodenbach, G. The veil 
Bellairs. Glover, H. 
Bells of St. Mary's. Hulley, L. 
Bells of the Madonna. Laverack, B. R. 
Beloved bachelor. Hulley, L. 
Beloved, it is morn. Rowell, A. C. 
Belt. Sifton, P. 
Ben Franklin. Shipman, L. E. 
Benjamin Franklin: journeyman. Mac- 

kay, C. D'A. 
Bereavement. Housman, L. 
Berg. Raymond, E. 
Berkeley Square. Balderston, J. L. 
Bert. Phillpotts, E. 
Bert's girl. Baker, E. 
Best people. Gray, D. and Hopwood, A. 
Bethlehem. Housman, L. 
Betrayal. Colum, P. 
Betrothal of the princess. Talbot, A. J. 
Better mouse trap. Holbrook, M. 
Betty engaged. Short, M. 
Between fairs. Gibson, W. W. 
Between sunset and dawn. Ould, H. 
Between the soup and the savoury. Jen- 
nings, G. E. 
Beverly's balance. Kester, P. 
Beware of dogs. Hodge, W. T. 
Beyond our power. Bjornsen, B. 
Beyo,nd the horizon. O'Neill, E. 
Beyond the road. Lloyd, R. E. 
Beyond their means. Hulley, L. 
Bi'olical 

Barry, J. John 

Morax, R. King David 

Rockwell, E. G. It is I 

Stayton, G. B. In the days of Isaiah 

Swann, M. Saul and David 

Zweig, S. Jeremiah 
Biddy. Cowen, L. 
Big-house. Robinson, L. 
Big Lake. Riggs, L. 



Big pond. Middleton, G. and Thomas, 
A. E. 

Bill of divorcement. Ashton, W. 

Biography. Behrman, S. H. 

Bird child. White, L. 

Bird in hand. Drinkwater, J. 

Bird in the hand. Heath, E. P. 

Birdcatcher. O'Brien, S. 

Birds of a feather. Francis, J. O. 

Birthday of the infanta. Walker, S. 

Birthday party. Sanford, A. P. 

Birthdays come in February. Farrar, J. C. 

Birthright. Murray, T. C. 

Bishop's candlesticks. McKinnel, N. 

Bismarck. Ludwig, E. 

Bit of dimocrasy. Ring, L. B. 

Bit o' love. Galsworthy, J. 

Bit of war. Brighouse, H. 

Bitter sweet. Coward, N. 

Bjomson, Bjomstjeme 

Firkins, O. W. Two great men and 
one small boy 

Black Congo. Price, O. M. 

Black death. Reznikoff, C. 

Black dogs. Ibbotson, M. 

Black flamingo. Janney, S. 

Black horseman. Pakington, M. A. 

Black horsem.an. Richardson, W. 

Black night. Bourne, J. 

Black Oliver. Guinan, J. 

Black pit. Maltz, A. 

Black sheep. Howard, F. M. 

Black tents. Abdullah, A. 

Black virgin. Ould, H. 

Blank cartridge. Hay, J. H. 

Blarney stone. Rose, E. E. 

Bless his little heart. Clarke, B. F, 

Blind. Brown, L. O. 

Blind man of Hiltune. Ratcliffe, D. U. 

Blind man's bluff. Brunton, F. C. 

Blockade. Dunbar, O. H. 

Blood money. Middleton, G. 

Blood o' kings. Dransfield, J. 

Bloom on the grape. Firkins, O. W. 

Blue blood. Johnson, G. D. 

Blue comet. Phillpotts, E. 

Blue flower of home. Olcott, V. 

Blue ghost. McOwen, B. J. and Rie- 
werts, J. P. 

Blue ribbon. Housman, L. 

Blue ribbon hat. Phelps, P. 

Blue sphere. Dreiser, T. 

Blue thunder. Green, P. 

Bluebeard. Howard de Walden, T. E. 
S-E. 

Blum, George Emery 

Geddes, V. Four comedies from the 
life of George Emery Blum 

Boadicea. Binyon, L. 

Boaster. Alehin, A. F. 

Boca Raton's mystery. Hulley, L. 

Boccaccio's untold tale. Kemp, H. 

Boer war 

W;ilde, P. Traitor 

Bogie men. Gregory, I. A. 

Bonaparte. Unruh, F. von 

Bond. Strindberg, A. 

Bonds of interest. Benavente y Mar- 
tinez, J. 

Bonnie Dundee. Richardson, F. C. 

Boob. McMullen, J. C. 



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INDEX TO PLAYS 



Book children's Christmas. Morris, H. 

Book of Christopher Columbus. Claudel, 
P. 

Boomer. Reed, H. 

Boomer. Stoker, E. 

Boor. Chekhov, A. P. 

Born in Bethlehem. Talbot, F. X. 

Boston tea-party. Mackay, C. D'A. 

Both your houses. Anderson, M. 

Bound east for Cardiff. O'Neill, E. 

Boundary line. Burnet, D. 

Bower of Wandel. Bottomley, G. 

Box seats. Seller, C. 

Boy comes home. Milne, A. A. 

Boy in blue. Price, O. M. 

Boy on the meadow. Van der Veer, E. 

Boy scouts. Hare, W. B. 

Boy through the window. Clements, 
C. C. 

Boy who discovered Easter. McFadden, 
E. A. 

Boy who found a king. Phillips, M. K. 

Boy Will. Rogers, R. E. 

Brain. Britton, L. 

Brandywine. Holbrook, M. 

Brass ankle. Heyward, DuB. 

Bread. Eastman, F. 

Breadwinner. Maugham, W. S. 

Breaking of the calm. Totheroh, D. 

Breaking point. Garnett, E. 

Bride. Jennings, G. 

Bride and bridegroom. Hulley, L. 

Bride and groom. Hare, W. B. 

Bride of Dionysus. Trevelyan, R. C. 

Bride of quietness. Firkins, O. W. 

Bridge party. Kidder, E. E. and A. R. 

Brief moment. Behrman, S. N. 

Bright island. Bennett, A. 

Brighteyes the witch. Hulley, L. 

Bringing up the Christmas baby. Curtis, 
A. 

Broadway. Dunning, P. and Abbott, G. 

Broken banjo. Richardson, W. 

Broken dishes. Flavin, M. 

Broken pines. Hilton, C. 

Brokenbrow. Toller, E. 

Brontes 

Ashton, W. Wild Decembers 
Ferguson, R. Charlotte Bronte 
Firkins, O. W. Empurpled moor 

Bronze lady and the crystal gentleman. 
Duvernois, H. 

Brother Ass. Housman, L. 

Brother Bill. Kreymborg, A. 

Brother Donald. Baxter, A. 

Brother Fire. Wilder, T. 

Brother musicians. Sanford, A. P. 

Brother Wolf. Housman, L. 

Brothers. Reisen, A. 

Brothers Karamazov. Copeau, J. and 
Croue, J. 

Browning, Robert and E. B. 

Firkins, O. W. Turnpikes in Arcady 

Budapest salesman should not read French 

illustrated magazines. Szenes, B. 
Bumblepuppy. Rogers, J. W. 

Bumbo the clown. Gibson, L. 
Bungalow bride. Kidder, E. E. and A. R. 
Burden. Levinger, E. E. 

Burlesque. Watters, G. M. and Hopkins, 
A. 



Burnt offering. Hamlin, M. P. 

Busybody. Davis, D. 

Buy a broom. Phillpotts, E. 

Buzzin' around. Reed, H. 

By candlelight. Geyer, S. 

By judgment of court. Pirandello, L. 

Byron, Lord 

Pike, C. S. Glorious martyr 

C. C. Boatright, M. C. 

Cab. Molnar, F. 

Cabbages. Staadt, E. 

Cabbages and kings. Fyleman, R. 

Cabinet minister's hreside. Talbot, A. J. 

Caesar and Cleopatra. Hankin, St. J. 

Caesar and Cleopatra. Shaw, G. B. 

Cajun. Carver, A. J. 

Calendar. Wallace, E. 

Calendar of joyful saints. Mackay, C. 
D'A. 

Calf that laid the golden egg. Hughes, 
B. 

California 

Belasco, D. Girl of the golden west 

Call. Boxer, C. F. 

Call it a day. Graham, M. S. 

Called and the chosen. Housman, L. 

Calypso. Baring, M. 

Camels are coming. MuUally, D. 

Camilla in a caravan. Kilpatrick, F. A. 

Camillus and the schoolmaster. Phill- 
potts, A. E. 

Campbell of Kilmohr. Ferguson, J. A. 

Camp-fire girls. Hare, W. B. 

Canaries sometimes sing. Lonsdale, F. 

Candida. Shaw, G. B. 

Candidate for Trepagny. Sand, M. 

Canuck. Cowan, J. B. 

"La Capitaine." Price, O. M. 

Caponsacchi. Goodrich, A. F. and 
Palmer, R. A. 

Caprice. Silberer, G. 

Captain Applejack. Hackett, W. 

Captain Brassbound's conversion. Shaw, 
G. B. 

Captain Dreyfus. Gordin, J. 

Captain Swing. Young, F. B. and Stirl- 
ing, W. E. 

Captive Israel. Reznikoflf, C. 

Capture of Major Andre. Holmes, E. D. 

Capture of the British sentinel at Stony 
Point. Holmes, T. 

Cardinal. Parker, L. N. 

Carlota Santolina of Socorro. Hulley, L. 

Carlyle, Thomas 

Firkins, O. N. Two passengers for 
Chelsea 

Carmencita and the soldier. LipskeroflF 

Carnival. Molnar, F. 

La Carota. Stahl, M. E. 

Carrots may be golden. Benton, P. 

Cart-load of kettles. Olcott, V. 

Cartney and Kevney. Shiels, G. 

Case of the frightened lady. Wallace, E. 

Casket scene up to date. Talbot, A. J. 

Casper' among the savages. Pocci, F. 
von 

Caste. Hankin, St. J. 

Caste. Robertson, T. W. 

Cat and the moon. Yeats, W. B. 

Cat has not always carnival. Ostrovskii, 
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Cat o' nine tales. Worcester, L. G. 

Cataclysterium's medicine. Duranty, L. E. 

Catherine Parr. Baring, M. 

Catherine the valiant. Nagle, Br. U. 

Cats and kittens. Pakington, M. 

Cat's cradle. Coward, N. 

Cat's cradle. Stuart, A. and P. 

Caught wet. Crothers, R. 

Cavalcade. Coward, N. 

Cavalier and lady. Hulley, L. 

Cave of illusion. Sutro, A. 

Cave of the Fates. Olcott, V. 

Cecilia. Monkhouse, A. N. 

Centaurs. Wilder, T. 

Centuries. Basshe, E. J. 

Champion North. Wilson, T. W. 

Chance of a lifetime. Salaman, D. C. 

Change alley. Parker, L. N. 

Change-house. Maclntyre, J. 

Change of mind. Speirs, R. 

Charity that began at home. Hankin, 

St. J. 
Charivari. Stevens, N. B. 
Charles and Mary. Temple, J. 
Charles! Charles! Housman, L. 
Charles di Tocca. Rice, C. Y. 
Charlotte Bronte. Ferguson, R. 
"Charm." Kirkpatrick, J. A. 
Charms. George, G. M. 
Chastening. Kennedy, C. R. 
Chateaubriand, Rene 

Firkins, O. W. The wave and the 
flame 
Chatterton. Reznikoff, C. 
Chatterton, Thomas 

Ashton, W. Come of age 
Chee-chee. Pirandello, L. 
Cheer-up. Hare, W. B. 
Cheiron. Trevelyan, R. C. 
Chekhov, Anton 

Firkins, O. W. Revealing moment 
Cherry cobbler. Hulley, L. 
Cherry orchard. Chekhov, A. P. 
Chester [Penn.] mill folk. Hulley, L. 
Chicago. Watkins, M. 
Child born at the plough. Kaye-Smith, 

S. 
Child man. Pinero, A. W. 
Childe Roland to the dark tower came. 

Wilder, T. 
Children in uniform. Winsloe, C. 
Children of darkness. Mayer, E. J. 
Children of the way. Ryan, M. 
Children's hour. Hellman, L. 
Chimney sweeps' holiday. Field, R. L. 
China pig. Mellon, E. E. 
Chinese plays 

Drum dance 
In McPharlin, P. ed. Repertory of 
marionette plays 
Chinese water wheel. Strachan, E. H. 
Chinese white. Gielgud, V. 
Chip woman's fortune. Richardson, W. 
Christmas 

Armstrong, L. Van V. Doctor of lone- 
some folk 

Dolls 

Bain, E. Road to Bethlehem 

Bouchor, M. Noel, or The mystery of 
the nativity 

Bradford, R. How come Christmas 



Brighouse, H. Maid of France 
Brown, A. F. Little shadows 
Creagh-Henry, M. Crib . 

Curtis, A. Back numbers at Christmas 

Bringing up the Christmas baby 

Facing facts at Christmas 

Is there a Santa Glaus? 

Life of the Christmas party 

My son Josiah 

That troublesome Christmas present 

To the rescue on Christmas eve 

What the Shining star club did at 

Christmas 
Donahue, V. and Holmes, L. T. Elves 

and the shoemaker 
Doyle, A. Exile 

Farrar, jr~~ House gnomes 
Fyleman, R. Father Christmas 
Goodman, K. S. Dust of the road 
Grimball, E. B. Waif 
Kemp, H. Don Juan's Christmas eve 
Lyon, E. S. Synthetic Santa 
Mackay, C. D'A. On Christmas eve 
Martinez Sierra, G. Holy night 
Meaker, I. J. and Perkins, E. E. My 

lady's Yuletide 
Morris, H. Book Children's Christmas 
Murray, T. C. Michaelmas eve 
Oglesbee, D. H. Ten fingers of Fran- 

gois 
Paull, H. M. Unknown star 
Phillips, M. K. Boy who found the 

king 
Price, O. West o' the Alleghanies 
Raymond, M. Learn to give by giving 
Rockwell, E. G. The way 
Ryerson, F. and Clements, C. Littlest 

shepherd 
Savage, G. M. and Peltret, E. Nine who 

were mother 
Sterling, E. Modern viking 
Stevens, T. W. Duquesne Christmas 

mystery 
Trask, K. M. Little town of Bethle- 
hem 
Van der Veer, E. Boy on the meadow 
Wadhams, N. M. Fat, jolly old man 
Walker, S. Seven gifts 
Wilde, P. Alias Santa Claus 

Enchanted Christmas tree 

Christmas by request. York, G. 
Christmas candle. Curtis, A. 
Christmas carol. Dickens, C. 
Christmas child comes in. Kester, K. 
Christmas chime. Cameron, M. 
Christmas comes but once a year. Curtis, 

A. 
Christmas eve. O'Brien, S. 
Christmas "gimme." Curtis, A. 
Christmas greetings. Curtis, A. 
Christmas pageant. Weaver, G. N. 
Christmas pageant of the Holy Grail. 

Bowie, W. R. 
Christmas poet. Curtis, A. 
Christmas secret. Curtis, A. 
Christmas tale. Harper, H. 
Christopher the peddler. Hulley, L. 
Chuck. MacKaye, P. 
Circle. Maugham, W. S. 
Circumstances alter cases. Giorloff, R. 
Civil service. Hare, W. B. 



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Ciara Gibbings. Stuart, A. and P. 

Clean-up. Conners, B. 

Clean up! Russell, F. K. 

Clear all wires! Spewack, B. and S. 

Clemency of Titus. Sand, M. 

Climbers. Fitch, C. 

Clive of India. Lipscomb, W. P. and 

Minney, J. R. 
Cloak. Bax, C. 
Cloaks. HugheSj G. 
Clock. Corneau, P. B. 
Cloey. Bailey, L. C. 
Close call. Muse, G. A. 
Close harmony. Parker, D. and Rice, 

E. L. 
Close to the wind. Barnes, E. 
Closet. Halman, D. F. 
Clouded mirror. Thompson, E. J. 
Clouds. Gale, Z. 

Cloverdale's guardian angel. Hulley, L. 
Clown. Hulley, L. 
Clown of Doodle Doo. Barrows, M. 
Coat of many colors. Joseph, H. H. 
Cobra's head. Pohl, F. J. 
Cobweb kings. Davies, M. C. 
Cock Robin. Rice, E. L. and Barry, P. 
Cocktails. Weeks, A. L. 
Coincidence. Brighouse, H. 
Colleagues. Libin, Z. 
College 

Barnouw, E. Open collars 
College Cinderella. Kidder, E. E. and 

A. R. 
College town. Hare, W. B. 
College widow. Ade, G. 
Collusion. Terry, J. E. H. 
Colnian and Guaire. Gregory, I. A. 
Colombine. Arkell, R. 
Colonel Washington. Wight, Delano 
Colonial garden party. Hare, W. B. 
Color in court. Culbertson, E. H. 
Color line. MacNair, I. T. 
Colossal idea. Gilbert, W. S. 
Columbus. Cuddy, L. A. and others 
Columbus, Christopher 

Claudel, P. Christopher Columbus 

Fenzi, F. Jewels of Isabella 

Ould, H. Discovery 

Parsons, AI. Sailing west to find the 
east 

Price, O. Admiral Christopher 

Raymond, M. Landing of Columbus 
Columns. Firkins, O. W. 
Come easy. Metcalfe, F. 
Come here. Riddle, G. 
Come of age. Ashton, W. 
Come seven. Cohen, O. R. 
Come true. De la Roche, M. 
Comedy of danger. Hughes, R. A. W. 
Comedy of good and evil. Hughes, 

R. A. W. 
Comic artist. Glaspell, S. and Matson, 

N. H. 
Coming of Christ. Masefield, J. 
Coming of fair Annie. Price, G. 
Command performance. Dicken, C. S. 
Commencement 

Raymond, M. Gifts of life 
Community drama. Watling, E. F. 
Companion-mate Maggie. Dortch, H. 
Company's coming. Wilson, A. 



Comrade in white. Hulley, L. 

Comrades. Strindberg, J. A. 

Confession. Willis, R. 

Confessional. Wilde, P. 

Conjurer's stone. MacMuUen, J. C. 

Connecticut 

MacKaye, K. Honey Holler 

Consarning Sairey 'Uggins. Blair, W. 

Consider your verdict. Housman, L. 

Conspiracy of spring. Edgar, M. S. 

Constancy rewarded. See Shaw, G. B. 
Admirable Bashville; or. Constancy re- 
warded 

Constant lover. Hankin, St. J. 

Constant wife. Maugham, W. S. 

Conversation piece. Coward, N. P. 

Cophetua. Drinkwater, J. 

Copper pot. Healey, F. 

Copy. Banning, K. 

Coq brothers. Mourguet, P. 

Coquette. Abbott, G. 

Coral. Kaiser, G. 

Coral. ReznikofT, C. 

Coral Gables. Hulley, L. 

Corner in dreams. Arlett, V. I. 

Coroner's inquest. Hulley, L. 

Costly glories of the higher life. Hulley, 

Cottage on the moor. Smith, E. E. and 

Ireland, D. L. 
Cough. Fitzhugh, C. 
Counsel retained. Mackay, C.D'A. 
Counsellor-at-law. Rice, E. L. 
Counsel's opinion. Pertwee, R. 
Count and the girl of the streets. Schnitz- 

ler, A. 
Countess Cathleen. Yeats, W. B. 
Couple of million. Hare, W. B. 
Course of true love. Kester, P. and 

Lewers, W. 
Courting of Margaret Ruth. RatcliflFe, 

D. U. 
Cousin Julia's jade earings. Larrimore, L. 
Cow with wings. Levinger, E. E. 
Coward. Lenormand, H. R. 
Cowards. Willis, R. 
Cowboy 

Riggs, L. Green grow the lilacs 
Cowpunchers. Hare, W. B. 
Crabbed youth and age. Robinson, L. 
Cradle snatchers. Medcraft, R. G. and 

Mitchell, N. 
Cradle song. Martinez Sierra, G. 
Craig's wife. Kelly, G. E. 
Creeds. Healey, F. 
Crib. Creagh-Henry, M. 
Crier by night. Bottomley, G. 
Crime 

Maugham, S. Sacred flame 
Criminal code. Flavin, M. 
Cripples. Pinski, D. 
Crisis. Churchill, W. 
El Cristo. Larkin, M. 
Critic. Hankin, St. J. 
Crooked billet. Titheradge, D. 
Crooked money. McCarthy, M. 
Cross calling. Peach, L. du G. 
Cross currents. Francis, J. O. 
Cross roads. Flavin, M. 
Cross-stitch heart. Field, R. L. 
Crown of St. Felice. Sladen-Smith, F. 



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Crowning of peace. Francis, J. O. 

'Cruiter. Alatheus, J. 

Crumbs. Kennedy, C. P. 

Crumbs that fall. Hubbard, P. 

Crystal cave. Olcott, V. 

Cuckoo's nest. Guinan, J. 

Cucumber king. James, G. 

Culbin sands. Bottomley, G. 

Culture. Strong, M. 

Cup of happiness. Phillpotts, E. 

Cup of life. Alarion, F. 

Cup of tea. Ryerson, F. 

Cupid and commonsense. Bennett, A. 

Cupid and Psyche. Brighouse, H. 

Cupid at Vassar. Davis, O. 

Cupid scores a touchdown. Osgood, E. 

Cured. Ehrlich, I. L. 

Curtain! Clements, C. C. 

Curtain. Molnar, F. 

Customs house, Dover. Coward, N. 

Cyclone for a cent. Phelps, P. 

Cynara. Harwood, H. M. and Browne, 

R. G. 
Cyrano de Bergerac. Rostand, E. 
Cyril the glass of fashion. Hulley, L. 
Dad. Holland, H. 

Dagger of the Goth. Zorrilla y Moral, J. 
Daggers and diamonds. Moseley, K. P. 

arine P. 
Daily bread. Reely, M. K. 
Daily bread. Whitehouse, J. H. 
Daisy Mayme. Kelly, G. E. 
Damaged goods. Brieux, E. 
Damsel in distress. Beith, J. H. and 

Wodehouse, P. G. 
Dance below. Strode, H. and Hornthal, 

L. 
Dance Calinda. Torrence, F. R. 
Dance of death. Strindberg, A. 
Dandy dolls. Fitzmaurice, G. 
Dangerous corner. Priestley, J. B. 
Daniel in the lionesses' den. Talbot, 

A. J. 
Danny boy. Finnegan, E. 
Danton's death. Biichner, G. 
Darby and Joan. Fyleman, R. 
Dark angel. Trevelyan, H. B. 
Dark lady of the sonnets. Shaw, G. B. 
Dark little people. Francis, J. O. 
Dark tower. Woolcott, A. and Kauf- 
man, G. S. 
Darkness and dawn. Bellamy, F. L. 
Darling of the gods. Belasco, D. 
Daughter of Madame Angot. Lecocq, 

A. C. 
Dave. Gregory, I. A. 
David. Rice. C. Y. 
Dawn. Wilde, Percival 
Dawning. Anderson, L. 
Day that Lincoln died. Warren, P. and 

Hutchins, W. 
Day's end. Pieratt, A. 
Days without end. O'Neill, E. 
Deacon's hat. Marks, J. A. 
Dead insist on living. Waldman, S. 
Dead nephew. Kotzebue, A. F. F. von 
Dealing in futures. Brighouse, H. 
Dean of St. Patricks. Bell, F. E. E. 
Dean of women. Hulley, L. 
Dear Brutus. Barrie, J. M. 
Dear departed. Houghton, S. 



Death and the doctors. Housman, L. 
Death dance. Duncan, T. M. 
Death of Anulus. Ruthenburg, G. D. 
Death of li Tairo. Nakamura, K. 
Death of Nero. Gorman, H. S. 
Death of Shakespeare. Blair, W. 
Death of Tintagiles. Maeterlinck, M. 
Death penalty 

Wexley, J. Last mile 
Death says it isn't so. Brown, H. 
Death takes a holiday. Ferris, W. 
Death-trap. Munro, H. H. 
Deathless world. Tompkins, J. M. S. 
Decision at dawn. Lawrence, R. B. 
Deep, deep. Smith, Glanville 
Defeat. Galsworthy, J. 
Deirdre. Russell, G. W. 
Deirdre of the sorrows. Synge, J. M. 
Delilah. Emery, Gilbert 
Deliverer. Belser, G. L. 
Demands of society. Hartleben, O. E. 
Democrat from Debrett. Gregson, J. R. 
Denial. Hornsey, E. G. 
Derby day. Herbert, A. P. 
Derbyshire 

Peach, L. du G. Wind o' the moors 
Design for living. Coward, N. P. 
Desire under the elms. O'Neill, E. 
Desormais. Ratcliffe, D. U. 
D'Este, Beatrice 

Canfield, M. C. The duchess says her 
prayers 
Devil. Molnar, F. 
Devil a saint. Gregson, J. R. 
Devil and the lady. Tennyson, A. 
Devil in the cheese. Gushing, C. C. S. 
Devil passes. Levy, B. W. 
Devils. Pride, L. B. 
Devil's disciple. Shaw, G. B. 
Devil's price. Edmonds, R. 
Devonshire cream. Phillpotts, A. E. 
Devoted Elsie. Constanduros, M. 
Diabolical circle. Bomstead, B. 
Diadem of snow. Rice, E. L. 
Dick Whittington. Jagendorf, M. A. 
Dickens of Gray's Inn. Rubinstein, H. F. 
Dickinson, Emily 

Glaspell, S. Alison's house 
Dickon goes to the fair. Alden, A. W. 
Dick's sister. McKinnel, N. 
Diff'rent. O'Neill, E. 
Digging up the dirt. Norto,n, B. J. 
Ding-a-ling. Remison, A. 
Dinner at eight. Kaufman, G. and Fer- 

ber, E. 
Discovery. Ould, H. 
Dispatch goes home. Mansur, F. L. 
Dispatches for Washington. Mather, C. C. 
Disraeli. Parker, L. N. 
DistaflF side. Van Druten, J. 
Distant drums. Totheroh, D. 
Distant relative. Jacobs, W. W. 
Diverse destiny. Hulley, L. 
Diversion. Van Druten, J. 
Divine afflatus. Ford, H. 
Divorce question. McGuire, W. A. 
Divorce specialist. Andreas, E. 
Dixon's return. Jacobs, W. W. 
Doctor decides. Eastman, F. 
Dr. Faust. Bonneschky, G. 
Dr. Graesler. Schnitzler, A. 



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Dr. Wake's patient. Mackay, W. G. and 
Ord, R. 

Doctor's dilemma. Shaw, G. B. 

Doctor's duty. Pirandello, L. 

Doctor's engagements. Pakington, M. A. 

Doctor's first operation. Levin, Z. 

Doctor's last visit. Hulley, L. 

Dodsworth. See Howard, S. C. Sin- 
clair Lewis's Dodsworth 

Dogwood bushes. Stout, W. 

Doll that saved an army. Wormwood, 
E. M. 

Dollar. Pinski, D. 

Doll's house. Ibsen, H. 

Dolly reforming herself. Jones, H. A. 

Don Abel wrote a tragedy. Alvarez 
Quintero, S. and J. 

Don Ce-Zar of Pass-a-Grille. Hulley, L. 

Don Juan de Marana. Bennett, A. 

Don Juan's Christmas eve. Kemp, H. 

Don Juan's failure. Baring, M. 

Don Quixote. Kester, P. 

Don Quixote. Stoddard, A. and Sarg, T. 

Dofia Clarines. Alvarez Quintero, S. and 

J. 

Door mats. Whipkey, S. D. 

Doorway. Brighouse, H. 

Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall. Kes- 
ter, P. 

Double-crossed. Mather, C. C. 

Double demon. Herbert, A. P. 

Double dummy. Hunting, E. S. 

Dove uncaged. Moore, E. H. 

Dover road. Milne, A. A. 

Down the Crocus tunnel. Bourne, J. 

Dow.n our street. George, E. 

Dowry of Columbine. Goes, B. 

Dracula. Deane, H. and Balderston, J. L. 

Dragon. Gregory, I. A. 

Dramatic art. Kemp, H. 

Dramatic version of Omar Khayyam. 
Hankin, St. J. 

Drawback. Baring, M. 

Dream and action. Bacon, L. 

Dream canal boat. Fuller, E. K. 

Dream children. Hulley, L. 

Dream doctor. Lenormand, H. R. 

Dream fairy and the spider. Stewart, M. 

Dream play. Strindberg, A. 

Dreamy kid. O'Neill, E. 

Drink is the body. Geddes, V. 

Dropping the baby. Chapin, H. 

Drum dance. .S"^^ Chinese plays 

Drum major. Hulley, L. 

Drumgarth. Blair, P. 

Drums of death. Reed, H. 

Du Barry. Belasco, D. 

Duchess of Dublin. Hulley, L. 

Duchess says her prayers. Canfield, M. S. 

Duel about nothing. Ament, W. S. 

Duetto. Burgess, K. S. 

Duke of Cul-de-Sac. Talbot, A. J. 

Dulcamara. Gilbert, W. S. 

Dumas, A. 

Firkins, O. W. Tulip and camellia 

Dumb and the blind. Chapin, H. 

Dumb as a fox. Carpenter, E. C. 

Dumb wife of Cheapside. Dukes, A. 

Duquesne Christmas mystery. Wilde, P. 

Dust of the road. Goodman, K. S. 



Dutch Anderson. Hulley, L. 
Dutch detective. Hare, W. B. 
Dutch shipping laws 

Heijermans, H. Good Hope 
Dweller in the darkness. Berkeley, 

Reginald 
Dybbuk. Rappoport, S. 
Dynamo. O'Neill, E. G. 
Dyspeptic ogre. Wilde, P. 
Each in his own way. Pirandello, L. 
Eagle's claws. Hulley, L. 
Early bird. Hare, W. B. 
Early birds. Pertwee, R. 
Early frost. Stevens, H. B. 
Earth. Basshe, E. J. 
Earth between. Geddes, V. 
Easiest way. Walter, E. 
Easter. Masefield, J. 
Easter. Strindberg, A. 
Easter 

Bain, E. Glowing cross 

He is risen 

Bates, E. W. Tree of life 

Bellamy, F. L. Darkness and dawn 

Colby, G. First Easter bunny 

Kingsbury, S. R. Our Christ liveth 

McFadden, E. A. Boy who discovered 
Easter 

Ryan, M. Children of the way 

Talbot, F. X. He is risen 
Easter evening. Thompson, T. 
Easy virtue. Coward, N. P. 
Editorial error. Campion, C. 
Edward about to marry. Sladen-Smith, 

F. 
Egypt 

Phillpotts, A. E. Akhnaton 
Eileen. Masters, E. L. 
Eldest. Ferber, E. 
Eldest son. Galsworthy, J. 
Eldorado. Gilbert, B. 
Electra. Hofmannsthal, H. von 
Electra. Perez Galdos, B. 
Elfin knight of Hallowe'en. Parsons, M. 
Elizabeth, Queen 

Anderson, M. Mary of Scotland 
Elizabeth refuses. Macnamara, M. 
Elizabeth the queen. Anderson, M. 
Eloise chimes. Hullev, L. 
Elsie. Weeks, A. L. 
Elves and the shoemakers. Donahue, V. 

and Holmes, L. T. 
Embarrassing baby. Pohl, F. J. 
Emeralds. Firkins, O. W. 
Emily's excuse. Talbot, A. J. 
Emperor Jones. O'Neill, E. 
Emperor's new clothes. Haworth, E. 
Empurpled moors. Firkins, O. W. 
Enchanted Christmas tree. Wilde, P. 
End and beginning. Masefield, J. 
End of the dance. Strode, H. 
End of the trail. Culbertson, E. H. 
Enemy of the people. Ibsen, H. 
Engagement ring. Hillyer, R. 
d'Enghien, Due 

Unruh, F. v. Bonaparte 
Enter prince. Housman, L. 
Enter the prodigal. Flournoy, R. 
Episode. Schnitzler, A. 
Equals. Strindberg, J. A. 
Erastus. Osgood, E. 



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Erik XIV. Strindberg, J. A. 

Escape. Galsworthy, J. 

Escape. Pratt, T. 

Ethiopia at the bar of justice. McCoo, 

E. J. 
Eugenie, the adorable. Hulley, L. 
Eva the fifth. Nicholson, K. and Golden, 

Evacuation of Boston. Bates, E. W. 
Evangeline. Price, O. M. 
Eve in Evelyn. Hughes, G. 
Evensong. Knoblock, E. and Nichols, 

Beverly 
Ever' snitch. Fussier, I. 
Ever the twain. Robinson, L. 
Every dog has his day. Dondo, M. 
Everyman's land. Edmonds, R. 
Evil kettle. Dunsany, E. 
Exceeding small. Francke, C. 
Execution 

Hines, L. J. and King, F. Vindication 
Exchange. Thurston, A. 
Exile. Doyle, A. 
Exiled. Galsworthy, J. 
Exiled princess. Brighouse, H. 
Exit. Roberts, C. 
Expense no object. Janney, S. 
Experiment. Pakington, M. 
Expressing Willie. Crothers, R. 
Eyes. Seller, C. 
Eyvind of the hills. Sigurjonsson, J. 
Facing facts. Gerstenberg, A. 
Facing facts at Christmas. Curtis, A. 
Fairy and the doll. Fyleman, R. 
Fairy fruit. Gandy, I. 
Fairy gold. Ostrovskii, A. N. 
Fairy plays 

Gandy, I. Fairy fruit 

Snowdrop and the dwarfs 

George, G. M. Charms 

Milne, A. A. Princess and the wood 

cutter 
Mitchison, N. Nix-nought-nothing 
Fairy riddle. Fyleman, R. 
Faith and love. Raymond, M. 
Faith of our fathers. Marble, A. 
Faithful! Wolff, P. 
Faithful admirer. Baker, E. 
Faithful heart. Hoffe, M. 
Fake. Lonsdale, F. 
Falcon. Tennyson, A. 
Fall. Dearden, H. 
Fall from power. Housman, L. 
Fall guy. Abbott, G. and Gleason, J. 
False gods. Brieux, E. 
Familiar faces. Titheradge, D. 
Family affair. Passano, L. M. 
Family fortune. Hulley, L. 
Family man. Galsworthy, J. 
Famine and the ghost. Halman, D. 
Fand. Trevelyan, R. C. 
Fanny Otcott. Wilder, T. 
Fanny's consent. Moratin, J. 
Fanny's first play. Shaw, G. B. 
Fantasio. Musset, A. de 
Fantastic flight. Box, S. 
Fantasy of the passion. Lord, D. A. 
Far-away princess. Sudermann, H. 
Far-off hills. Robinson, L. 
Farewell to women. Collison, W. 
Farmer's wife. Phillpotts, E. 



Fascinating foundling. Shaw, G. B. 
Fascinators. Hare, W. B. 
Fashion show. Johnson, M. P. 
Fashions for men. Molnar, F. 
Fat, jolly old man. Wadhams, N. M. 
Fatal gazogene. See Shaw, G. B. Pas- 
sion, poison and petrifaction 
Father. Strindberg, A. 
Father and son. Rappoport, S. 
Father Christmas. Fyleman, R. 
Father Dominick. Hulley, L. 
Father walks out. Furniss, G. L. 
Father William. Stewart, D. O. 
Feast of the Holy Innocents. Ilsley, 

S. M. 
Feather. Fowler, L. A. 
Feminism 

Howard, S. C. Half gods 
Ferguson's fear. Hulley, L. 
Festival of the harvest moon. Wilson, 

S. A. 
Festival of Yankee Doodle. Wilson, S. A. 
Feud. Garnett, E. 
"Fiat lux." Vilas, F. Van V. 
Field god. Green, P. 
Fill the fairy. Hulley, L. 
Fifth commandment. Steell, W. 
Figureheads. Saunders, L. 
Final refuge. Tomita, K. 
Fine frenzy. Beck, W. 
Finger of God. Wilde, P. 
Fingerbowls for Araminta. Hamilton, 

H. L. 
Fire in the opera house. Kaiser, G. 
Fire of icicles. Olcott, V. 
First aid 

Muse, G. A. Close call 
First and last. Galsworthy, J. 

First dress suit. Medcraft, R. G. 

First Easter bunny. Colby, G. 

First Mrs. Chiverick. Matthews, A. and 
Stanley, M. 

First Mrs. Eraser. Ervine, St. J. G. 

First night. Rath, F. 

First Noel. Mackay, C. D'A. 

First sin. Alehin, A. F. 

First white woman. Hughes, B. 

Fishpingle. Vachell, H. A. 

Five birds in a cage. Jennings, G. 

Five minutes from the station. Carring- 
ton, E. S. 

Five star final. Weitzenkorn, L. 

Fixed canon. Beck, W. 

Fixing sister. Hodge, W. T. 

Fixin's. Green, P. and Green, Erma 

Flageolet. Sand, M. 

Flame. Clarke, A. 

Flaming ministers. Kennedy, C. R. 

Flaming sword. Dearden, H. 

Flattering word. Kelly, G. 

Fledglings. Molnar, F. 

Flight into Egypt. Wilder, T. 

Flight of the ,natives. Richardson, W. 

Flight of the queen. Dunsany, E. 

Flood time. Salaman, D. C. 

Flora. Bennett, A. 

Flour girl. Phelps, P. and Short, M. 

Floutern peasant. Thompson, E. J. 

Fog. Neebe, J. H. 



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INDEX TO PLAYS 



Folk-plays 

Mackay, C. D.'A. Silver thread (Corn- 
ish) 

Followers. Brighouse, H. 

Following father. Franklin, P. 

Fool from the hills. Kennedy, C. R. 

Fool of a man. Finnegan, E. 

Fool's gold. Connors, B. 

For all of us. Hodge, W. T. 

For distinguished service. Knox, F. C. 

For England. Titheradge, D. 

For services rendered. Maugham, W. S. 

For the love of Michael. Hughes, G. 

Forest. Galsworthy, J. 

Forest. Ostrovskii, A. N. • 

Forever after. Davis, O. 

Forget-me-knots. Booth, H. 

Forgotten room. Pellerin, J. 

Forgotten souls. Pinski, D. 

Fortinbras in plain clothes. Brooks, 
G. S. 

Fortunato. Alvarez Quintero, S. and J. 

Fortunatus and Cassandra. Sowerby, G. 

Fortune and men's eyes. Peabody, J. P. 

Fortune heights. Dos Passos, J. 

Fortune's hired man. Pride, L. B. 

Fossie for short. Brighouse, H. 

Fossils. Curel, F. de 

Foundations. Galsworthy, J. 

Fountain head. Dukes, A. 

Four people. Malleson, M. 

Four saints in three acts. Stein, G. 

Four walls. Burnet, D. and Abbott, G. 

Foursquare. Pride, L. B. 

Fourth Mrs. Phillips. Glick, C. 

Fourth of July 
Wilson, S. A. Festival of Yankee 
Doodle 

Fourth wall. Milne, A. A. 

Frances and Francis. Webber, J. P. 

Francesca da Rimini. D'Annunzio, G. 

Francis Beaumont. Kennedy, C. R. 

Frankie and Johnny. Huston, J. 

Franklin, Benjamin 

Pohl, F.J. Made in Paris 
Shipman, L. E. Ben Franklin 

Free treat. Bernard, T. 

Freedom of John Guichet. MacKay, 

L. A. 
Freedom of the seas. Hackett, W. 
French as she is learnt. Watling, E. F. 
French Revolution 

Rolland, P. Palm Sunday 
French without a master. Bernard, T. 
Freudian 

O'Neill, E. Strange interlude 
Friend Hannah. Kester, P. 
Friends. Farjeon, H. 
Friends in need. Cooke, C. C. 
Frog. Geddes, V. 
From morn to midnight. Kaiser, G. 
Front page. Hecht, B. and MacArthur, 

C. 
Fugitive. Galsworthy, J. 
Funeralizing of Crickneck. MacKaye, P. 
Funny business. Hughes, G. 
Furnace. Young, F. B. and Armstrong, 

W. 
Future arrangements. Howard, F. M. 
Gadgets. Wilde, P. 
Gallant Cassian. Schnitzler, A. 



Gallows glorious. Gow, R. 

Gamblers. Gogol, N. V. 

Game of adverbs. Guthrie, T. A. 

Garbage man. Dos Passos, J. R. 

Garden Cinderella. Burrows, E. M. 

Gardener. Arlett, V. I. 

Garibaldi's namesake. Hulley, L. 

Garrick revised. Titheradge, D. 

Gas. Kaiser, G. 

Gas. Pohl, F. J. 

Gas, air, and earl. Bloch, B. 

Gasoline gypsies. Stewart, C. C. 

Gaston de Foix. Baring, M. 

Gateway of tomorrow. Price, O. M. 

Gay. Loving, B. 

Gay co-eds. Doran, M. 

General post. Terry, J. E. H. 

Genesis. ReznikoflF, C. 

Gentle reminder. Titheradge, D. 

Gentle rogue. Brownell, J. C. 

Gentleman whip. Paull, H. M. 

Gentlemen beggars. Baronian, H. H. 

Gentlewoman. Lawson, J. H. 

Genuine antique. Roberts, C. 

Geoffrey's wife. Firkins, O. W. 

George proposes. Hodson, J. L. 

George Washington at the Delaware. 
MacKaye, P. 

George Washington's wedding. Archer, 
W. 

Gerald to Geraldine. Hullev, L. 

Gerhard of Ryle. Rice, C. Y. 

Getting married. Shaw, G B. 

Gettysburg. Masters, E. L. 

Ghost bird. Schaffner, H. 

Ghost in the garden. Brighouse, H. 

Ghost of Windsor Park. Brighouse, H. 

Ghost parade. Hulley, L. 

Ghost sonata. Strindberg, A. 

Ghost train. Ridley, A. 

Ghosts. Ibsen, H. 

Giants in the earth. Job, T. 
Giant's stair. Steele, W. D. 
Gibson upright. Tarkington, B. and Wil- 
son, H. L. 
Gift of love. Folmsbee, B. 
Gifts of life. Raymond, M. 
Gifts of the gods. Price, O. M. 
Gilone and Gillette. Jagendorf, M. A. 
Gilt-edged. Peterson, A. E. 
Ginger McGillicuddy. Hulley, L. 
Giorgione. Rice, C. Y. 
Gipsies 

Gibson, W. W. Between fairs 
Girl comes home. Dix, B. M. 
Girl in the coffin. Dreiser, T. 
Girl of the golden West. Belasco, D. 
Girl of the streets and the soldier. Schnitz- 
ler, A. 
Girl who slipped. Campbell, L. 
Girl who would not. Donahoe, J. A. 
Girl's best friend. Harwood, H. M. 
Give a dog — . Robinson, L. 
Give the audience a chance. Anderson, L. 
Glamour. Bernard, J. J. 
Glass slipper. Molnar, F. 
Glass wall. Delafield, E. M. 
Glenwood tragedy. Hulley, L. 
Glimpse of reality. Shaw, G. B. 
Glimpse? of the domesticities of Franklyu 
Barna. Shaw, G. B. 



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Glittering gate. Dunsany, E. 

Glittering highway. Meneses, E. de 

Glorious martyr. Pike, C. S. 

Glorious wish. Cavanah, F. 

Glowing cross. Bain, E. 

Glutton. Alehin, A. F. 

Gnomes' workshop. Jagendorf, M. A. 

Go-between. Housman, L. 

Goal. Jones, H. A. 

Goat song. Werfel, F. V. 

Goblin and the princess. McMeekin, I. 
McL. 

Goblin gold. Mackay, I. E. 

God of gods. Aikins, C. 

God of quiet. Drinkwater, J. 

God Pan forgotten. Farrar, J. C. 

God winks. Burgess, K. S. 

Godbey. Masters, E. L. 

God's amateur. Glover, H. 

Gods of the lightning. Anderson, M. and 
Hickerson, H. 

Gods of the mountain. Dunsany, J. 

God's servant. Job. HuUey, L. 

Gods whom men love die old. Housman, 

L. 
Godstow nun.nery. Binyon, L. 
Goin' home. Rideout, P. 
Going straight. Hamilton, H. L. 
Going to the dogs. Savoir, A. 
Gold. Creagh-Henry, M. 
Gold and the sun god. Pohl, F. J. 
Gold flame. Rose, E. E. 
Golden arrow. Webber, J. P. 
Golden Cornstalk goes home. Comfort, 

F. C. 
Golden doom. Dunsany, E. 
Golden fisherman. Sladen-Smith, F. 
Golden locket of darkness. Olcott, V. 
Golden rule in courtship. Cook, C. R. 
Golden wedding. Phillpotts, E. and 

Groves, C. 
Golden west. Gow, R. 
Goldsmith, Oliver 

Frank, M. M. Mistake at the manor 
Golem. Leivick, H. 
Gondoliers; or. The king of Barataria. 

Gilbert, W. S. 
Gone away. Ratcliflfe, D. U. 
Good and the bad. Johnson, P. 
Good fairy. Molnar, F. 
Good fellow. Kaufman, G. S. and Man- 

kiewicz, H. J. 
"Good gracious, Annabelle." Kummer, C. 
Good Hope. Heijermans, H. 
"Good lesson." Housman, L. 
Good losers. Arlen, M. and Hackett, W. 
Good medicine. Arnold, J. and Burke, E. 
Good old days. Phillpotts, E. 
Good provider. Carrington, E. S. 
Good Sainte Anne. Gilbert, H. 
Good Samaritan. Hulley, L. 
Good theatre. Morley, C. 
Good vintage. Totheroh, D. 
Good woman. Bennett, A. 
Goodbye. Green, P. 
Goose and gooseberry. Elias, E. L. 
Gooseberries in Piccadilly. Titheradge, 

Gooseberry mandarin. Ruthenburg, G. D. 
Gossip from Spain. Titheradge, D. 



Gossipy sex. Grattan, L. 

Government detective. Moore, B. F. 

Government inspector. Gogol, N. V. 

Graduation gifts. Parsons, M. 

Graft. Brighouse, H. 

Grand cham's diamond. Monkhouse, A. 

Grand duke; or, The statutory duel. Gil- 
bert, W. S. 

Grand Hotel. Baum, V. 

Grandma Gibbs of the Red cross. Hare, 
W. B. 

Grandma — old style. Eaton, W. P. 

Grandma pulls the strings. Delano, 
E. B. and Carb, D. 

Grandmother dozes. Farrar, J. C. 

Grandpa tells about Lincoln. Marschall, 
iP. 

Granite. Ashton, W. 

Granny maumee. Torrence, R. 

Grant, Ulysses S. 

Goodrich, A. F. Mr. Grant 

Graustark, or Love behind the throne. 
Hayward, G. 

Grave. Speirs, R. 

Graven images. Miller, M. 

Gray switch. Keener, S. 

Greasy luck. Field, R. L. 

Great adventure. Bennett, A. 

Great American drama. Wilde, P. 

Great Broxopp. Milne, A. A. 

Great Catherine. Shaw, G. B. 

Great choice. Eastman, F. 

Great dark. Totheroh, D. 

Great God Brown. O'Neill, E. 

Great hope. Levinger, E. E. 

Great magoo. Hecht, B. and Fowler, G. 

Great relief. Housman, L. 

Great white side. Titheradge, D. 

Greatest good (for the greatest number). 

Braun, W. 
Greek vase. Baring, M. 
Green bay tree. Shairp, M. 
Green broom. Douglas, E. 
Green cockatoo. Schnitzler, A. 
Green eyes from Romany. Kirkpatrick, 

J. A. 
Green grow the lilacs. Riggs, L. 
Green hat. See Arlen, M. Acting ver- 
sion of the Green hat 
Green pastures. Connelly, M. C. 
Green stone. Fitzmaurice, G. 
Gretna Green. Hulley, L. 
Grief. Alvarez Quintero, S. and J. 
Grill. Johnston, G. W. 
Grotesques. Head, C. 
Group of plays about Ulysses and the 

Greeks. White, C. R. 
Growth of a nation. Eldridge, F. M. 
Guardsman. Molnar, F. 
Guest of honor. Hodge, W. T. 
Guest retainer. Pierce, C. W. 
Guilty passion. Sladen-Smith, F. 
Guki the moon boy. Folmsbee, B. 
Gustav Vasa. Strindberg, J. A. 
Guts. Neebe, J. H. 
Guy upstairs. Van Delden, E. H. 
Gymnazie. Aleichem, S. 
Gypsy. Anderson, M. 
Gypsy Dorelia. Ratcliffe, D. U. 



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Gypsy Jim. Gropper, M. H. and Ham- 

merstein, O. 2d 
Hail Caesar! Glover, H. 
Hail the conquering hero! Rowell, A. C. 
Hairy ape. O'Neill, E. 
Half an hour. Barrie, J. M. 
Half gods. Howard, S. C. 
Half the better half. Paulton, E. A. 
Hall-marked. Galsworthy, J. 
Hallowe'en 

Glassie, A. B. Meadowgold 
Merington, M. Testing of Sir Gawayne 
Parsons, M. Elfin knight of Hallowe'en 

Hansel and Gretel 

Hamilton. Smith, C. P. 
Hamilton, Alexander 

Hamlin, M. P. and Arliss, G. Hamilton 
Hamlet. Hankin, St. J. 
Hanger back. Corbett, E. F. 
Hans Bulow's last puppet. Ruthenburg, 

G. D. 
Hansel and Gretel. Parsons, M. 
Happiness. Veber, P. 
Happiness for six. Hughes, G. 
Happy and glorious. Housman, L. 
Happy death. Sladen-Smith, F. A. 
Happy ending. Beith, J. H. 
Happy hoboes. Ford, H. and Tucker, 

A. S. 
Happy journey to Trenton and Camden. 

Wilder, T. 
Happy land. See Gilbert, W. S. Wicked 

world 
Happy life. Parker, L. N. 
Happy New Year. Farjeon, H. 
Happy thought. Denny, E. 
Happy war. Maclntyre, J. 
Harlequinade in green and orange. 

Hughes, G. 
Harmony. Duvernois, H. 
Harold. Phillips, S. 
Harvest. Hamilton, H. 
Harvest. Hodson, J. L. 
Harvest. Stout, O. 
Harvey's dilemma. Hulley, L. 
Has anyone seen Jean? Hare, W. B. 
Hast thou considered my servant Job? 

Wilder, T. 
Hat and stick. Macnamara, M. 
Hat trick. Grant, N. 
Haunted coal mine. Pride, L. B. 
Haunted road. Salaman, D. C. 
Have patience, doctor. Ball, J. and 

Scribner, E. 
Hawley's of the High Street. Ellis, W. 

W. 
He. Savoir, A. 
He and she. Crothers, R. 
He came seeing. Hamlin, M. P. 
He is risen. Bain, E. 
He is risen. Talbot, F. X. 
He who did not kill, or, The way to be 

loved. Rostand, M. 
He who gets sacked. Titheradge, D. 
He who gets slapped. Andreev, L. M. 
Healthy, wealthy and wise. George, C. 
Heart of a tenor. Wedekind, F. 
Heart of old Kentucky. Hughes, G. 
Heart of Yorkshire. Bell, F. E. E. 
Heart too soon made glad. Beck, W. 
Heartbreak house. Shaw, G. B. 



Hearts of oak. Heme, J. A. 

Heat wave. Pertwee, R. 

Heather gentry. Maclntyre, J. 

Heaven will protect the working girl. 

Hughes, G. 
Heavenly and earthly love. Molnar, F. 
Hedda Gabler. Ibsen, H. 
Heiress hunters. Hare, W. B. 
Helen. Herbert, A. P. 
Helen retires. Erskine, J. 
Helen with the high hand. Pryce, R. 
Helena's boys. Ehrlich, I. L. 
Hell bent for heaven. Hughes, H. 
Hell-ride of Brynhild. Thompson, E. J. 
Help each other club. TarkLngton, B. 
Helping hands. Jennings, G. E. 
Henry VIII 

Marquis, D. Master of the revels 
Henry IV. Pirandello, L. 
Her alienated affections. Short, M. 
Her doll. MacMillan, M. L. 
Her master's voice. Kummer, C. 
Her mother's daughter. Raymond, M. 
Her name was Anne. Harnwell, A. 
Her radio Romeo. Booth, H. 
Her shop. Stuart, A. and P. 
Her temporary husband. Paulton, E. A. 
Her western Romeo. Toler, S. 
Here are the sailors! Farrar, J. C. 
Heredity 

Barrie, J. M. Old friends 
Here's to your health ! Nicholson, K. 

and Knox, C. 
Hero. Emery, G. 
Heroic treatment. Ford, H. 
Hester's mystery. Pinero, A. W. 
Hewers of wood. Edmonds, R. 
Hiawatha. Price, O. M. 
Hidden guest. Short, M. and Phelps, P. 
Hidden people. Noel-Paton, M. H. 
High heart. Rowell, A. C. 
High road. Lonsdale, F. 
Highness. Giorloff, R. 
Him. Cummings, E. E. 
Hindle wakes. Houghton, S. 
Hint to brides. Nicholson, K. 
Hippolytus temporizes. Addington, H. D. 
His Excellency. Gilbert, W. S. 
His father's boots. McMillan, C. M. 
His Majesty. Granville-Barker, H. G. 
His majesty, the queen. Booth, H. 
H. M. S. Pinafore; or. The lass that loved 

a sailor. Gilbert, W. S. 
His only way. Dane, E. 
His sainted grandmother. Dunsany, E. 
His son. Mygatt, T. D. 
Hiss! Boom!! Blah!!! Middleton, G. 
Historical 

Anderson, M. Elizabeth the queen 

Mary of Scotland 

Bate, R. A. Robert Edward Lee 
Biichner, G. Danton's death 

Leonce and Lena 

Wozzeck 

Canfield, C. The duchess says her 

prayers 
Carroll, P. H. Jane McCrae 
Coppee, F. Lord's prayer (Commune) 
Doran. M. Quo vadis 
Gorman, H. The death of Nero 



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Gue, B. W. Washington, the states- 
man 

Harris, F. Joan la Romee 

Hill, L. P. Toussaint L'Ouverture 

Johnson, T. ed. Plays about Washing- 
ton, q.v. 

Kemp, T. C. Supremacy (Henry VIII) 

Masters, E. L. Lee 

Merivale, P. Peace of Ferrara 

Newmann, A. The patriot 

Peabody, J. P. Fortune and men's eyes 

Marlowe 

Portrait of Mrs. W. 

Wings 

Peacey, H. Warren Hastings 

Pirandello, L. Henry IV 

Rowell, Adelaide C. High heart 

Smith, C. P. Hamilton 

Stenger, G. Above all else, liberty 
Hitler, Adolf 

Odets, C. Till the day I die 
Hobson's choice. Brighouse, H. 
Holiday. Barry, P. 
Hollyhock house. Kidder, E. E. and 

A. E. 
Hollywood holiday. Levy, B. W. 
Holy family 

Wilder, T. Flight into Egypt 
Holy night. Martinez Sierra, G. 
Home chat. Coward, N. P. 
Home for the friendly. Frank, F. K. 
Home from college. Short, M. and 

Phelps, P. 
Home of vision. Holme, C. 
Home, sweet home. Phelps, P. 
Honey Holler. MacKaye, R. K. 
Honours easy. Pertwee, R. 
Hoodoo. Hare, W. B. 
Hoose o' the hill. Corrie, J. 
Hop-Run. Weaver, G. N. 
Hope springs eternal. George, C. 
Hopeless passion of Mr. Bunyon. Dun- 

sany, E. 
Hoppla! Toller, E. 
Horseshoe luck. Dyer, R. E. 
Hospitals 

Kingsley, S. Men in white 
Hot lemonade. Ryerson, F. and Clements, 

C. 
Hotel universe. Barry, P. 
House afire. Page, M. 
House beautiful. Pollock, C. 
House gnomes: a play for a Christmas 

tree. Farrar, J. 
House in blind alley. Rice, E. L. 
House of cards. Wilde, P. 
House of Connelly. Green, P. 
House of mourning. Brody, A. 
House of sham. Richardson, W. 
House the children built. Grififith, E. G. 
House we live in. Atlas, L. 
House with the column. Pirandello, L. 
House with the twisty windows. Pak- 

ington, M. A. 
Houseparty. Britton, K. P. 
How come Christmas. Bradford, R. 
How he lied to her husband. Shaw, G. 

B. 
How heartsease cured the duke. Watts, 

W. 
How the race was won. Barbee, L. 



How the weather is made. Brighouse, 
H. 

How's your health? Tarkington, B. and 
Wilson, H. L. 

Human pillar. Okamoto, K. 

Hundred years old. Alvarez Quintero, S. 
and J. 

Hundredth trick. Dix, B. M. 

Husband and the sweet young miss. 
Schnitzler, A. 

Husband of Xanthippe. Seiler, C. 

Husbands and lovers. Molnar, F. 

Hyacinth Halvey. Gregory, I. A. 

Hypnotism 

Roberts, C. Wisdom tooth 

I have seen myself. Geddes, V. 

I know George Washington. Phelps, 
P. 

"I want!" Hohme, C. 

I was talking across the fence this morn- 
ing. Brooks, C. S. 

Ibsen, Henrik 

Firkins, O. W. Two great men and 

one small boy 
Wilder, T. Centaurs 

Idol breaker. Kennedy, C. R. 

Ilda's Honorable. Robins, G. 

He. O'Neill, E. 

I'm going! Bernard, T. 

I'm not complaining. Kreymborg, A. 

"I'm over forty." Blackmore, M. 

Imbecile. Pirandello, L. 

Immersion. Humphrey, M. 

Immoralia. Wilde, P. 

Immortal beloved. Leonard, M. 

Immortal lady. Bax, C. 

Immortal lure. Rice, C. Y. 

Impatience of Job. Phelps, P. and Short, 
M. 

Importance of being earnest. Wilde, O. 

Improper duchess. Fagan, J. B. 

In a garden. Barry, P. 

In a shop. Mayor, B. 

In a street. Mayor, B. 

In a suburb of Paris. Firkins, O. W. 

In a window. Seiler, C. 

In Abraham's bosom. Green, P. 

In Arcady. Fyleman, R. 

In Aunt Mahaly's cabin. Green, P. 

In Dixon's kitchen, a comedy of country 
courtship. Stout, W. and Lay, E. 

In holy Russia. Dunsany, E. 

In-laws. Ford, H. 

"In modern dress." Morley, C. D. 

In Nelson's days. Paul, H. M. 

In our stars. Coates, D. 

In Taunton vale. Parker, L. N. 

In the darkness. Totheroh, D. 

In the days of Isaiah. Stayton, G. B. 

In the days of Piers Ploughman. Mac- 
kay, C. D'A. 

In the hall of statuary. Raymond, M. 

In the morgue. Cowan, S. 

In the net. Wilde, P. 

In the outer darkness. Talbot, A. J. 

In the small hours. Firkins, O. W. 

In the thousands of years to come. An- 
derson, L. 

In the tradition. Geddes, V. 

In the valley. Green, P. 

In this sign conquer. Housman, L. 



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Inca of Perusalem. Shaw, G. B. 
Incorrigible. Talbot, A. J. 
Indian summer. Whitehouse, J. H. 
Indians 

Price, O. M. Around the blue wigwam 

Hiawatha 

In'ependence. Alger, E. M. 

Ingratitude. Hulley, L. 

Inn of adventure. Maclntyre, J. 

Inn of discontent. Wilde, P. 

Inner urge. Beecher, B. B. 

Innocent Anne. Stanley, M. M. and A. 

Innocentia. Wilde, P. 

Insect play 

Capek, J. and K. World we live in 
Inspector-general. See Gogol', N. V. 

Government inspector 
Interference. Pertwee, R. 
Intermezzo. Schnitzler, A. 
International. Lawson, J. H. 
Intervention. Housman, L. 
Into the everywhere. Heal, E. 
Intruder. Housman, L. 
Invisible duke. Sladen-Smith, F. 
Invisible playmate. Pearn, V. A. 
Invitation. Basshe, E. J. 

lolanthe. Gilbert, W. S. 
Ireland 

Glover, H. Hail Caesar! 
Meadon, J. Pearls before swine 
O'Brien, S. Wild boar 
Peacey, H. Island of destiny 

Iris. Pinero, A. W. 

Irish eyes. Rose, E. E. 

Iron Duke. Talbot, A. J. 

Is life worth living? Robinson, L. 

Is peculiar. Anderson, L. 

Is romance dead? Wellington, B. 

Is there a Santa Claus? Curtis, A. 

Is zat so? Gleason, J. and Taber, R. 

Isabel's eleven. Rubinstein, H. F. 

Island of destiny. Peacey, H. 

Isosceles. Hare, W. B. 

It is I. Rockwell, E. G. 

It isn't done. Glick, C. 

It never rains. Rouverol, A. 

It pays to be a Poggle. Else, R. 

It runs in the family. Parke, J. H. 

It won't be long now. Gropper, M. H. 

It's an ill wind. Baumer, M. 

It's no use to argue. Beck, W. 

Ivory door. Milne, A. A. 

Jack and Jill and a friend. Hamilton, 
C. M. 

Jack in the box. See Carpenter, E. C. 
Dumb as a fox 

Jack Kelso. Masters, E. L. 

Jack Straw. Maugham, W. S. 

Jack's brother's sister. Phelps, P. and 
Short, M. 

Jacquenetta and the queen's gown. Folms- 
bee, B. 

Jade god. Barry, W. E. 

Jade necklace. Short, M. 

Jane McCrae. Carroll, P. H. 

Jane's legacy. Phillpotts, E. 

Janice Meredith. Rose, E. E. and Ford, 
P. L. 

Japan 

Nakamura, K. The razor 



Jar. Pirandello, L. 
Jazz and minuet. Giorloff, R. 
Jeanne d'Arc. MacKaye, P. 
Jeanne d'Arc. Sterne, E. G. 
Jeffersons. Douglass, V. 
Jellyfish. James, G. 
Jerry. Gushing, C. C. 
Jessamy bride. Moore, F. F. 
Jest of Hahalaba. Dunsany, E. 
Jesus Christ 

Gregory, I. A. Travelling man 
Hulley, L. Jesus of Nazareth 
Larkin, M. El Cristo 
McMuUen, J. C. Redemption play 
Wilder, T. Hast thou considered my 
servant Job? 

Now the servant's name was Mal- 

chus 
Jew Siiss. Dukes, A. 
Jewel boy of Florence. Olcott, V. 
Jewel merchants. Cabell, J. B. 
Jewels of Isabella. Fenzi, F. 
Jews, American 

Brody, A. Lamentations 
Jigsaw. Powell, D. 
Jitta's atonement. Trebitsch, S. 
"The Joan Danvers." Stayton, F. 
Joan la Romee. Harris, F. 
Joan of Arc. Hulley, L. 
Joan of Arc. Stevens, T. W. 
Joan of Arc 

Brighouse, H. Maid of France 
Harris, F. Joan la Romee 
Joan the maid. Ould, H. 
Job's kinfolks, a play of the mill people. 

Bailey, L. C. 
Jobyna steps out. Baumer, M. 
John. Barry, P. 

John Bull's other island. Shaw, G. B. 
John Ferguson. Ervine, St. J. 
John Jones. Francis, J. O. 
Johnny Appleseed and Paul Bunyan. 

Stevens, H. B. 
"Johnny get your gun." Bennison, L. 
Joker. Scott, N. 

Jonah and the whale. Mavor, O. H. 
Jonathan's quest. Hulley, L. 
Jonesy. Morrison, A. and Toohey, J. P. 
Josephine. Crocker, B. 
Journey of the soul. Dunsany, E. 
Journey's end. Sherriff, R. C. 
Joy. Galsworthy, J. 
Joyous season. Barry, P. 
Juarez and Maximilian. Werfel, F. V. 
Judas Iscariot 

De Kay, J. W. Maid of Bethany 
Judge Lynch. Rogers, J. W. Jr. 
Judge's husband. Hodge, W. T. 
Judgment day. Rice, E. L. 
Judgment of Dr. Johnson. Chesterton, 

G. K. 
Judgment of Parish. Titheradge, D. 
Judy walks in. Swan, M. E. 
Julia Elizabeth. Stephens, J. 
Juliet and Romeo. Gribble, H. W. 
Julius Caesar. Corradini, E. 
Jumpin' the broom. Green, C. M. 
June moon. Lardner, R. W. and 

Kaufman, G. S. 
Jungle king. Hulley, L. 



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105 



Junkdiimp fair. Goethe, J. W. von 
Juno and the paycock. O'Casey, S. 
Jury 

Ballard, F. Ladies of the jury 
Just advertise. Cobb, Mrs. G. C. 
Just babies. Vinton, I. 
Just boys. Geraldy, P. 
Just married. Matthews, A. and Nichols, 

A. 
Just to get married. Hamilton, C. 
Just women. Clements, C. C. 
Justice. Galsworthy, J. 
Justice 

Golden, I. J. Precedent 
Karl and Anna. Frank, L. 
Karl-Ludwig's window. Munro, H. H. 
Keats, John 

Firkins, O. W. Bride of quietness 
Keepers of youth. Ridley, A. 
Kelly Kid. Norris, K. and Totheroh, 

D. 
Key. Lowndes, M. A. B. 
Key. Molnar, F. 
Kibitzer. Swerling, J. and Robinson, E. 

G. 
Kicked out of college. Hare, W. B. 
Kid gloves. Holbrook, M. 
Killer. Cowles, A. 
Killiebegs. Hulley, L. 
Killing of Aaron Kale. Hughes, G. 
Kills with her man. Alexander, H. 
Kinfolk of Robin Hood. MacKaye, P. 
King Alfred and the neat-herd. Baring, 

M. 
King can do no wrong. Titheradge, D. 
King Cophetua and the beggar maid. 

Sowerby, G. 
King David. Morax, R. 
King Henry the Seventh. Witter, G. 
King of Barvender. Monkhouse, A. N. 
King of Sherwood. Bolton, L 
King, queen, knave. Harwood, H. M. 

and Gore-Browne, R. F. 
King with the iron heart. Young, S. 
Kingdom of God. Martinez Sierra, G. 
Kingdom of the rose queens. Farrar, J. 

C. 
King's cobbler. Folmsbee, B. 
King's dilemma. Richardson, W. 
King's English. Bates, H. 
King's hard bargain. Drury, W. P. 
King's henchman. Millay, E. St. V. 
Kings in Nomania. Wilde, P. 
King's Jewry. Glover, H. 
King's pet. Lavedan, H. 
King's vigil. Firkins, O. W. 
King's waistcoat. Brighouse, H. and 

Walton, J. 
Kirkconnel lea. Bottomley, G. 
Kirstin. Bell, F. E. E. 
Kiss. Molnar, F. 
Kiss for Cinderella. Barrie, J. M. 
Kitty Clive. Moore, F. F. 
Kleptomaniac. Cameron, M. 
Knife. Jones, H. A. 

Knife. Meaker, 1. J. and Harnwell, A. J. 
Knight of the blue chin. Molnar, F. 
Kniofhts of the silver shield. McFadden, 

E. A. 
Knives from Syria. Riggs, L. 
Komachi. Hughes, G. 



Krishna Kumari. Thompson, E. J. 

"L." Atlas, L. L. 

Labor 

Sifton, P. The belt 
Laburnum grove. Priestley, J. B. 
Lace. Hughes, G. 
Ladies and hussars. Fredo, A. 
Ladies of creation. Unger, G. B. 
Ladies of the jury. Ballard, F. 
Lady and the law. Cronyn, G. W. 
Lady Emily talks business. Titheradge, 

D. 
Lady fingers. Hughes, G. 
Lady Frederick. Maugham, W. S. 
Lady from Alfaqueque. Alvarez Quintero, 

S. and J. 
Lady from the sea. Hankin, St. J. 
Lady in the sack. Seller, C. 
Lady Julia. Strindberg, A. 
Lady Luck. Short, M. 
Lady of destiny. HofiFman, P. 
Lady of dreams. Wilde, P. 
Lady of Lyons. Hankin, St. J. 
Lady of the moon. Taber, G. B. 
Lady with a lamp. Berkeley, R. C. 
Laflf that off. _ Mullally, D. 
Lake. Massingham, D. and MacDonald, 

M. 
Lamb, Charles 

Brighouse, H. Night of "Mr. H." 
Temple, J. Charles and Mary 
Lamplighter. Dickens, C. 
Land. Colum, P. 

Land of heart's desire. Yeats, W. B. 
Land of Nod, an operetta. Brooks, E. S. 
Land of promise. Maugham, W. S. 
Landing of Columbus. Raymond, M. 
Landsleit. Berkowitz, I. D. 
Lantern. Brown, A. F. 
Lantern light. Price, O. M. 
Lantern to see by. Riggs, L. 
Lardy cake. Gandy, I. 
Last cache. Mackay, I. E. 
Last chance. Mackay, I. E. 
Last comment. Housman, L. 
Last day for grouse. Mack, O. 
Last frontier. Rowell, A. C. 
Last man in. Arlett, V. I. 
Last meeting. Firkins, O. W. 
Last mile. Wexley, J. 
Last night of Don Juan. Rostand, E. 
Last of Mrs. Cheyney. Lonsdale, F. 
Last of the De Mullins. Hankin, St. J. 
Last of the Lowries. Green, P. 
Last rib. Roberts, C. 
Last sacrifice. Ostrovskii, A. N. 
Last straw. Crocker, B. 
Last voyage of Odysseus. Corneau, P. 

B. 
Latch-keys. Gerstenberg, A. 
Late Captain Crow. Armstrong. L. van 

V. 
Late Christopher Bean. Howard, S. C. 

[See also Fauchois, R.] 
Laugh and grow wise. Pohl, F. J. 
Laughing women. Daviot, G. 
Laughter of God. Hulley, L. 
Lavender and red pepper. GiorlofF, R. 
Law of compensation. Berman, H. 
Lawsuit. Gogol, N. V. 
Lawyer. Molnar, F. 



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INDEX TO PLAYS 



Laying the devil. Drinkwater, J. 

Lazarus laughed. O'Neill, E. 

Lazy-bones. Denny, E. 

Leading-strings. Housman, L. 

Lean years. Reely, M. K. 

Leap year. Hickson, L. M. 

Leap year bride. Hickson, L. M. 

Learn to give by giving. Raymond, M. 

Leave it to Psmith. Beith, J. H. and 
Wodehouse, P. G. 

Leave-taking. Molnar, F. 

'Lection. Conkle, E. P. 

Lee. Masters, E. L. 

Lee, Robert Edward 

Bate, R. A. Robert Edward Lee 

Left bank. Rice, E. L. 

Left overs. Bagg, H. 

Legend. Johnson, P. - -r. -nr 

Legend of Saint Nicholas. Dix, B. M. 

Lenna looks down. Halman, D. F. 

Leonce and Lena. Buchner, G. 

Leopard lady. Carpenter, E. C. 

Let and sub-let. Stanley, M. M. 

Let 'em eat cake. Kaufman, G. b. and 
Ryskind, M. ^ , 

Let it burn. Van der Veer, E. and 
Bigelow, F. 

Let us be gay. Crothers, R. 

Let's get rich. Reed, M. W. 

Letter. Maugham, W. S. 

Letters. Booth, H. 

Letters. Ryerson, F. and Clements, U 

Letters. Tompkins, F. G. 

Level crossing. Campion, C. 

Leviathan. Wilder, T. 

Liar and the unicorn. Hughes, B. 

Liars. Aleichem, S. 

Liars! Bimko. F. 

Liars. Jones, H. A. 

Liddy. Gregson, J. R. 

Lidia. Archer, W. 

Lie. O'Connell, W. 

Lies. Molnar, F. 

Life demands! Berman, H. 

Life is a bowl of Eugene O'Neills. Sulli- 
van, F. ^ . A 

Life of the Christmas party. Curtis, A. 

Life on the steppes. Hughes, G. 

Lift that failed. See Wilde, P. Lost ele- 
vator 

Lifting Jimmy's jinx. Sharpteen, E. J. 

Light and shade. Peach, L. du G. 

Light comedian. Ould, H. 

Light-o'-love. Schnitzler, A. 

Light of the women. Gunner, F. 

Light triumphant. Stenger, G. 

Lighted candles. Bland, M. and Duls, L. 

Lights of happyland. Short, M. 

'Lijah. Smith, E. V. 

Likely story. Housman, L. 

Likes of her. McEvoy, C. 

Liliom. Molnar, F. 

Liluli. Rolland, R. 

Lily among thorns. Sierra, G. and M. 

Lily maid of Shulem. Hulley, L. 

Lima beans. Kreymborg, A. 

Limping along. Kreymborg, A. 

Lincoln, Abraham 

Masters, E. L. Gettysburg 
Price, O. Black Congo 
Rogers, J. W. Madame Surratt 



Sanford, A. P. ed. Lincoln plays. For 

contents see Appendix B 
Warren, P. and Hutchins, W. Day that 
Lincoln died 

Links. Heijermans, H. 

Little accident. Dell, F. and Mitchell, T. 

Little birds in their nests. Titheradge, D. 

Little bit of fluff. Ellis, W. W. 

Little black Sambo. Kaufman, H. S. 

Little brown jug. Weeks, A. L. 

Little damozel. Hoflfe, M. 

Little deserter. Raymond, M. 

Little dream. Galsworthy, J. 

Little flower. Doran, M. 

Little general. Holbrook, M. 

Little girl blue. Heyward, D. H. and De 
Jagers, D. 

Little Lady Dresden. Price, O. M. 

Little liberty. Brighouse, H. 

Little man. Galsworthy, J. 

Little Miss Fortune. George, C. 

Little Mr. Clown. Joseph, H. H. 

Little Mrs. Cummin. Pryce, R. 

Little .new moon. Riley, A. C. 

Little old gent. Willis, R. 

Little princess. Burnett, F. H. 

Little shadows. Brown, A. F. 

"Little Square-toes." Field, R. L. 

Little things. McMullen, J. C. 

Little town of Bethlehem. Trask, K. N. 

Little vegetable men. Griffith, E. G. 

Little village. Francis, J. O. 

Littlest shepherd. Ryerson, F. and Clem- 
ents, C. 

Live and grow wise. Pohl, F. J. 

Live corpse. Tolstoi, L. N. 

Living hours. Schnitzler, A. 

Living together. Sutro, A. 

Livingston, David 

Ould, H. Pathfinder 

La locandiera. Goldoni, C. 

Lofty motives. Weinberg, A. 

Lombardi, ltd. Hatton, F. and Hatton, F. 

London wall. Van Druten, J. 

Londonderry air. Field, R. L. 

Lone worlds ! Hirschbein, P. 

Lonely of heart. Coates, D. 

Long Christmas dinner. Wilder, T. N. 

Long lost father. Stern, G. B. 

Long shadows. Johnson, P. 

Long voj^age home. O'Neill, E. 

Look to the end. Marks, J. A. 

Looking-glass. Firkins, O. W. 

Loop. Ryerson, F. and Clements, C. 

Loose ankles. Janney, S. 

Lord Adrian. Dunsany, E. 

Lord Ashton's triumph. Hulley, L. 

Lord of life. Biddle, A. 

Lord of the manor. Turner, J. H. 

Lord's prayer. Coppee, F. 

Lord's will. Green, P. 

Lost elevator. Wilde, P. 

Lost princess. Totheroh, D. 

Lost saint. Hyde, D. 

Lost silk hat. Dunsany, E. 

Lot's wife. Wilde, P. 

Lotus-eaters. Hulley, L. 

Louder please. Krasna, N. 

Love and grow wise. Pohl, F. J. 

Love and how to cure it. Wilder, T. N. 

Love and lather. Kester, K. 



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Love and learning. Coulus, R. 

Love at second sight. Malleson, M. 

Love expert. Kirkpatrick, J. A. 

Love found a way. Hulley, L. 

Love game. Chesterton, A. E. and 

Neale, R. 
Love in a French kitchen. Clements, C. 

and Saunders, J. M. 
Love in the desert. Binyon, L. 
Love is like that. Ryerson, F. and 

Clements, C. 
Love-knot. Parker, L. N. 
Love letters. Marks, J. A. 
Love! love! love! Mellon, E. E. 
Love magic. Martinez Sierra, G. 
Love of the three kings. Benelli, S. 
Love passage. Jacobs, W. W. and Hub- 
bard, P. E. 
Love passes by. Alvarez Qumtero, S. 

and J. 
Lovely miracle. Johnson, P. 
Lover. Martinez Sierra, G. 
Lovers. Donnay, M. C. 
Loving as we do. Robins, G. 
Low life. De la Roche, M. 
Lower depths. Gorki, M. 
Lowing in the night. Brody, A. 
Loyal renegade. Cameron, M. 
Loyalties. Galsworthy, J. 
Luca Sarto. Brooks, G. S. 
Lucky dip. Vosper, F. 
Lucky Peter's travels. Strindberg, A. 
Lucy, the farmer's daughter. Hughes, 

G. 
Lure of the stage. Andreas, E. 

Lysistrata. Aristophanes 
Lysistrata. Donnay, M. C. 
Macbeth a la mode. Hare, W. B. 
Machinal. Treadwell, S. 
Machine-wreckers. Toller, E. 
Mad honeymoon. Conners, B. 
Madame Butterfly. Belasco, D. 
Madame Legros. Mann, H. 
Madame Pepita. Martinez-Sierra, G. 
Madame Sand. Moeller, P. 
Madame Surratt. Rogers, J. W. 
Madchen in uniform. See Winsloe, C. 

Children in uniform 
Made in Paris. Pohl, F. J. 
Mademoiselle Cocoon. Olcott, V. 
Mademoiselle Vivine. Hatch, M. R. 
Madonna Delphine (G. W. Cable). 

Hartley, R. E. and Power, C. M. 
Maeve. Martyn, E. 
Magic cargoes. Olcott, V. 
Magic king. Hulley, L. 
Magic pawnshop. Field, R. L. 
Magic sea shell. Farrar, J. C. 
Magnanimous lover. Ervine, St. J. G. 
Magnolia man. Coffin, G. W. 
Maid of Bethany. De Kay, J. W. 
Maid of France. Brighouse, H. 
Maid of France. MacKaye, P. 

Maizie. Giorloff, R. 

Major Avery, the chameleon. Hulley, L. 
Major Barbara. Shaw, G. B. 
Make-believe. Milne, A. A. 
Maker of dreams. Downs, O. 
Maker of souls. Vilas, F. Van V. 
Makers of miracle. Housman. L. 
Making a gentleman. Sutro, A. 



Making it pay. Arlett, V. I. 
Making of a king. Barbee, L. 
Making of an immortal. Moore, G. 
La malquerida. Benavente y Martinez, 

Malvaloca. Alvarez de Quintero, S. and 

J. 
Mama's baby boy. George, C. 
Man and his phantoms. Lenormand, H. 

R. 
Man and superman. Shaw, G. B. 
Man and the masses. Toller, E. 
Man born to be hanged. Hughes, R. A. 

W. 
Man from the dark. Brooks, C. S. 
Man in possession. Harwood, H. M. 
Man in the bowler hat. Milne, A. 
Man in the cab. Molnar, F. 
Man in the stalls. Sutro, A. 
Man of destiny. Shaw, G. B. 
Man of honor. Landman, L and M. L. 
Man of ideas. Hoffman, P. 
Man of ideas. Malleson, M. 
Man of temperament. Cook, J. D. 
Man of the moment. Hoffman, P. 
Man of Uz. Meigs, C. H. 
Man on the house. Green, P. 
Man pays. Nicholson, K. 
Man proposes. Titheradge, D. 
Man upstairs. Thomas, A. 
"Man wants-." Anderson, L. 
Man who couldn't talk. Kotzebue, A. 

F. F. von 
Man who died at twelve o'clock. Green, 

P. 
Man who pays the piper. Stern, G. B. 
Man who was afraid to die. Brooks, C. 

S. 
Man who was Thursday. Chesterton, A. 

E. and Neals, R. 

Man who wouldn't go to heaven. Sladen- 

Smith, F. 
Man with a cane. Dearmer, G. 
Man with a load of mischief. Dukes, A. 
Man with the book. Porter, A. 
Man with the flower in his mouth. 

Pirandello, L. 
Man with the green tie. Averchenko, A. 
Man with the iron jaw. Kennedy, C. O. 
Man without a country. McFadden, E. 

and Crimmins, A. 
Manhood. Anderson, L. 
Manikin and Minikin. Kreymborg, A. 
Manila. Masters, E. L. 
Manners and manors. Hughes, G. 
Mantuan. Moore, L. R. 
Many happy returns of the day. Knox, 

F. C. 

Many waters. Hoflfe, M. 
Marble God. Schofield, S. 
March heir! Hughes, B. 
Marching men. O'Brien, J. H. 
Marco Millions. O'Neill, E. 
Margaret in Naxos. Fitzhugh, C. 
Marie Antoinette 

Mann, H. Madame Legros 
Marie Louise 

Bernard, J. J. Glamour 
Mariners. Ashton, W. 
Mariot and Mariette. Grover, P. L. 
Market-money. Phillpotts, E, 



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INDEX TO PLAYS 



Marlowe. Peabody, J. P. 
Marlowe, Christopher 

Peabody, J. P. Marlowe 
Marriage. Gogol, N. V. 
Marriage has been arranged. Sutro, A. 
Marriage is so difficult. Harris, L. 
Marriage of Dotty. Thornton, C. 
Marriage of Isolt. Earnest, J. 
Marriage of little Eva. Nicholson, K. 
Marry at leisure. Vosper, F. 
Marsaili's weeping. Bottomley, G. 
Marshal. Molnar, F. 
Martha Washington. Archer, W. 
Martha's mourning. Hoffman, P. 
Marthe. Armstrong, N. 
Martine. Bernard, J. J. 
Mary Brice. Murphy, T. F. 
Mary Magdalene 

De Kay, J. W. Maid of Bethany 
Mary means what she says. Rogers, J. 

W. 
Mary of dreams. Hulley, L. 
Mary of Scotland. Anderson, M. 
Mary of Scotland in Wensleydale. Rat- 

cliffe, D. U. 
Mary, Queen of Scots 

Anderson, M. Mary of Scotland 

Masefield, J. End and the beginning 
Mary Rose. Barrie, J. M. 
Mary the third. Crothers, R. 
Mary's lamb. Osborne, H. 
Mask and the face. Fernald, C. B. 
Mask-maker. Okamoto, K. 
Masque of May morning. Robertson, 

W. G. 
Masque of the three strangers. Egerton, 

A. 
Masquerade. Hillyer, R. 
Massa Linkum's sojer. Parsons, M. 
Master mariners. Jacobs, W. W. 
Master of the house. Houghton. S. 
Master of the revels. Marquis, D. 
Master Olof. Strindberg, J. A. 
Master salesman. Upson, W. H. 
Master Wayfarer. Terry, J. E. H. 
Matchmaker's arms. Dukes, A. 
Mateo Falcone (P. Merimee). Hartlev, 

R. E. and Power, C. M. 
Matriarch. Stern, G. B. 
Matrimonial fog. Knox, F. C. 
Matrimonial openings. Jacobs, W. W. 
Matrimony. Seiler, C. 
Matter of course. Peach, L. du G. 
Matter of husbands. Molnar, F. 
Maurice's own idea. Malleson, M. 
May and December. Fitzhugh, C. 
May madness. Gilbert, B. 
May pageant. Thompson, E. J. 
Maya. Gantillon, S. 
Maytime in Erin. Rose, E. E. 
Maytime in Plymouth. Price, O. M. 
Meadowgold. Glassie, A. B. 
Meanest man in the world. MacHugh, A. 
Medical practice 

Ball, Jack and Scribner, E. Have 
patience, doctor 
Medicine show. Walker, S. 
Meeker and Meeker. Macdonald, H. C. 
Meet the wife. Starling, L. 
Melancholy dame. Cohen, O. R. 



Melchisedek. Gregson, J. R. 

Meleager. Trevelyan, R. C. 

Meleager. Wyspianski, S. 

Memnon. Binyon, L. 

Memorial Day 

McFadden, E. and Crimmins, A. Man 
without a country 

Memories. Price, O. M. 

Memories: Mother's day play. Weaver, 
G. W. 

Men folks. Ryerson, F. and Clements, C. 

Men in the stalls. Sutro, A. 

Alen in white. Kingsley, S. 

Men, women and goats. Kennedy, C. O. 

Mencius was a bad boy. Hsiung, S. I. 

Menu. Gerstenberg, A. 

Mere man. Gerstenberg, A. 

Meredew's right hand. Gibbs, A. H. 

Meriwether Lewis. Reznikoff, C. 

Merlin's grave. Bottomley, G. 

Merman's pipe. Commons, Mrs. J. R. 

Merrifield's ghost. Paull, H. M. 

Merry Andrew. Beach, L. 

Merry madness. Gibney, S. 

Merry, merry cuckoo. Marks, J. A. 

Merry Mount. Stokes, R. L. 

Merry Tyll. Jagendorf, M. A. 

Merry wives of Gotham; or, Two and six- 
pence. Eyre, L. 

Merry Zingra. Gilbert, W. S. 

Merton of the movies. Kaufman, G. S. 
and Connolly, M. 

Mess of pottage. Housman, L. 

Message. Gribble, H. W. 

Message and Jehanne. Wilder, T. N. 

Metempsychosis. MacDonagh, T. 

Meteor. Behrman, S. N. 

Mexico 

Brooks, G. S. and Lister, W. B. Spread 
eagle 

Michael. Malleson, M. 

Michael and Mary. Milne, A. A. 

Michaelmas eve. Murray, T. C. 

Michel Auclair. Vildrac, C. 

Mid-channel. Pinero, A. W. 

Middlemass, Robert, joint author. See 
Hall, Holworthy and Middlemass, Rob- 
ert 

Midshipmaid. Beith, J. H. and King-Hall, 
S. 

Midsummer eve. Drinkwater, J. 

Midsummer eve. Mackay, C. D'A. 

Midsummer night. Burt, O. F. W. 

Mihrima. Rice, C. Y. 

Mikado. Gilbert, W. S. 

Mild oats. Coward, N. 

Milestones. Bennett, A. and Knoblock, E. 
Millennium. Sinclair, U. B. 

Mima. Molnar, F. 

Mimi. Brighouse, H. and Walton, J. 

Mines 

Pride, L. B. Shadow of the mine and 
other plays of the coal fields 

Minnie Field. Conkle, E. P. 

Mint o'money. Housman, L. 

Minuet. Parker, L. N. 

Miracle at Verdun. Chlumberg, H. 

Miracle of Saint Martin. Dondo, M. 
Miracle of Watling street. Gow, R. 

Miracle plays 

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Mirage. Hulley, L. 

Mirthful marionettes. Totheroh, D. 

Misalliance. Shaw, G. B. 

Miser of Eagiesmere. Hulley, L. 

Miser of Rogafjord. Ould, H. 

Miss Ant, Miss Grasshopper, and Mr. 
Cricket. Field, R. L. 

Miss Baxter. Fulton, M. 

Miss Coolidge. Rothery, A. E. 

Miss Efficiency. Toler, S. 

Miss Manda. Taber, G. B. 

Miss Oliver's dollars. Callaway, E. H. 

Miss Somebody Else. Short, M. 

Miss Tassey. Baker, E. 

Missing words. Titheradge, D. 

Mistake at the manor. Frank, M. M. 

Mr. Faint-heart. Beith, J. H. 

Mr. Fox. Ashton, W. 

Mr. Goodman and Mrs. Gracious. Neu- 
ville, L. de 

Mr. Grant. Goodrich, A. F. 

Mr. Hopkinson. Critchett, R. C. 

Mr. Kelley from Kalamazoo. Janney, S. 

Mr. Man. Miller, L. 

Mr. Moneypenny. Pollack, C. 

Mr. Pepys. Bax, C. 

Mr. Pirn passes by. Milne, A. A. 

Mr. Prohack. Bennett, A. and Knob- 
lock, E. 

Mister Punch. Clement, C. 

Mr. Sampson. Lee, C. J. 

Mr. Scrooge. Miller, A. 

Mr. Strahan's dinner party. Newton, A. 
E. 

Mr. Susan Peters. Ford, H. 

Mistress. Gnesin, M. 

Mrs. Adis. Kaye-Smith, S. and Hamp- 
den, J. 

Mrs. Bright's visitor. Hatch, M. R. 

Mrs. Bumpstead Leigh. Smith, H. J. 

Mrs. Dane's defence. Jones, H. A. 

Mrs. Dot. Maugham, W. S. 

Mrs. Hazenby's heath. Brown, C. 

Mrs. Larkin's lodger. Paull, H. M. 

Mrs. Leicester's school. HofTman, P. 

Mrs. Moonlight. Levy, B. W. 

Mis' Nelly of N' Orleans. Eyre, L. 

Mrs. Noah gives the sign. Sladen-Smith, 
F. 

Mrs. Pat and the law. Aldis, M. 

Mistress Penelope. Marble, T. L. 

Mrs. Siddons. Royde-Smith, N. G. 

Mrs. Warren's profession. Shaw, G. B 

Mrs. Waterbury's millennium. Mavor, 
O. H. 

Mixed doubles. Stayton, F. 

Mob. Galsworthy, J. 

Modern David Garrick. Andreas, E. 

Modern magi. Brown, C. S. 

Modern viking. Sterling, F. 

Mon ami Pierrot. Fitzhugh, C. 

Money. Gold, M. 

Money for nothing. Howard, F. M. 

Monkey Doodle Do. Hulley, L. 

Monkey's paw. Parker, L. N. 

Monomaniac. Hulley, L. 

Monsieur Beaucaire. Tarkington, B. 

Monsieur Tytgat. Ring, L. B. 



Monte Carlo. Hulley, L. 
Montespan. Rolland, R. 
Moon. Broome, D. M. 
Moon and the moonstruck. Phelps, P. 
Moon in the yellow river. Johnston, D. 
Moon of the Caribbees. O'Neill, E. 
Moon rides high. Ould, H. 
Moonbeam. Granville, E. 
Mooney-Billings case 

Golden, L J. Precedent 
Moonshine. Hopkins, A. 
Moral courage. Salten, F. 
Morality play for the leisured class. 

Balderston, J. L. 
Morality plays 

Levy, B. W. Devil passes 
Morals and circumstance. Bloch, B. 
More about apples. Phipps, A. H. 
Morning glory. Housman, L. 
Mother 

Van der Veer, E. Shipping mother 

east 
Mother and son. Mellon, E. E. 
Mother o' mine. Hulley, L. 
Mother of Washington. Phillips, L. 
Mothers of men. Wilde, P. 
Mothers they forgot. Parsons, M. 
Mount Vernon. Holbrook, M. 
Mountain dew. Shiels, G. 
Mountain laurel. Cooksey, C. 
Mountain wedding. Franklin, P. 
Mountains of Bether. Fitzhugh, C. 
Mountebanks. Gilbert, W. S. 
Mourning becomes Electra. O'Neill, E. 
Mousetrap. Darmady, J. 
Moving finger. Wilde, P. 
Mozart and the gray steward. Wilder, 

T. N. _ ■ 

Much ado about nothing. Hankin, St. J. 
Mud & treacle. Levy, B. W. 
Multabello road. Raymond, E. 
Alurder in the foyer. Talbot, A. J. 
Murder! murder! murder! Hughes, B. 
Murder on the second floor. Vosper, F. 
Murder trial. Box, S. 
Murder will out. Winningham, C. C. 
Music cure. Shaw, G. B. 
Musical box. Mayor, B. 
Musical chairs. Mackenzie, R. 
Musicalia. Wilde, P. 
Mutiny. Anderson, L. 
My China doll. George, C. 
My dear! O'Connor, P. 
My Dixie Rose. Bennett, M. K. 
My double and how he undid me (E. E. 

Hale). Hartley, R. E. and Power, 

C. M. 
A'ly Irish Cinderella. Spooner, C. and 

Blaney, C. E. 
My lady Solomon. Titheradge, D. 
My lady's lace. Knoblock, E. 
My Lady's Yule-tide. Meaker, I. J. and 

Perkins, E. E. 
My son. Stanley, M. 
My son Josiah. Curtis, A. 
Mysterious money. Ford, H. 
Mystery man. Ankrum, M. and DufFey, 

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INDEX TO PLAYS 



Mystery plays 

Barry, W. E. Jade god 

Hutchinson, H. and Williams, M. Out 

of the night 
Madach, I. Tragedy of man 
Toler, S. Somebody's crooked 
Vosper, F. Murder on the second floor 

Naked. Pirandello, L. 

Nancy Ann. Heyward, D. H. 

Nancy pretends. Short, M. and Phelps, 
P. 

Napoleon; the hundred days. Mussolini, 
B. and Giovacchino, F. 

Napoleon crossing the Rockies. Mac- 
Kaye, P. 

Nascuntur poetae. Wilder, T. 

Nathan Hale. Fitch, C. 

Nathaniel Baddeley. Ratclifife, D. U. 

Native ground. Geddes, V. 

Nativity plays 

Kaye-Smith, S. Child born at the 

plough 
Talbot, F. X. Born in Bethlehem 

Nebraska 

Geddes, V. Native ground 

Necessary evil. Kennedy, C. R. 

Necklace (G. de Maupassant). Hartley, 
R. E. and Power, C. M. 

Ne'er do well. Gilbert, W. S. 

Negroes 

Connelly, M. C. Green pastures 
Culbertson, E. H. Color in court 
Green, P. House of Connelly and 
other plays 

Quare medicine 

Heyward, DuB. Brass ankle 
Heyward, D. N. and Du B. Porgy 
Johnson, G. D. Blue blood 
Richardson, W. The chip woman's 

fortune 
Rogers, J. W. Bumblepuppy 

Neighbors. Gale, Z. 

Nelagony, or Good Water. Pemberton, 
A. 

Nell of the golden West. Hughes, G. 

Nelson, Horatio 

Paul, H. M. In Nelson's days 

Nelson of the Nile. Mills, M. 

Nero 

Doran, M. Quo vadis 

Gorman, H. The death of Nero 

Nerves. Farrar, J. C. 

Nervous Miss Niles. Short, M. 

Net. Nesbitt, C. M. 

Never the twain. Deseo, L. M. 

Nevertheless. Walker, S. 

New bride. Howell, L. 

New freedom. Paradis, M. B. 

New frock for Pierrette. Merchant, A. 

New generation. Meirovitz, J. M. 

New god. Pohl, F. G. 

New hangman. Housman, L. 

New Mexico 

Cronyn, G. W. A lady and the law 

New moon. Peet, T. 

New morality. Chapin, H. 

New Salem days. Barton, L. 

New toys. Cropper, M. H. and Hammer- 
stein, O. 2d 

New wing at Elsinore. Hankin, St. J. 

New word. Barrie, J. M. 



New Year's Day 

Arkwright, R. Baby New Year 

Olcott, V. Cave of the Fates 

Van der Veer, E. When the 



horns 



Frank, W. D. 



blow 
New Year's Eve. 
New York City 

Sherwood, R. E. 
New York idea. 
Newspapers 

Hecht, B. and MacArthur, C. Front 
page 
Nicked. McMullen, 



This is New York 
Mitchell, L. 



Night at an inn. 

Night club girls. 

Night hostess. 

Night in Avignon 

Night in June. 

Night of horror. 

Night of "Mr. H.' 

Night over Taos. 

Night riders. 

Night watches. 



J. c. 

Dunsany, E. 
Phelps, P. 
Dunning, P. 

Rice, C. Y. 
Buckley, D. 
Peach, L. du G 
Brighouse, H 
Anderson, 
Ranck, E." C. 
Monkhouse, 



M. 

A. N. 
Kotzebue, 
M. and 



Nightcap. Marcin, M. 
Nightcap of the prophet Elias. 

A. von 
Nightie night. Stanley, M. 

Matthews, A. 
Nightingale, Florence 

Berkeley, R. Lady with the lamp 
Nimble-wit and fingerkin. Mackay, C. 

D'A. 
Nine days queen. Field, R. L. 
"9.45." Davis, O. and Collins, S. 
Nine points of the law. Booth, H. 
Nine till six. Stuart, A. and P. 
1931— a play. Sifton. C. and P. 
19th hole. Craven, F. 
Nix-nought-nothing. Mitchison, N. 
No cause for complaint. Brooks, G. S. 
No 'count boy. Green, P. 
No jazz to-night. Titheradge, D. 
No more Americans. Hughes, B. 
No more ladies. Thomas, A. E. 
Noble lord. Wilde, P. 
Nobody's home. Short, M. 
Noel, or The mystery of the nativity. 

Bouchor, M. 
None too good for Dodo. Hughes, G. 
Noose. Nygatt, T. D. 
North Dakota 

Geddes, V. As the crow flies 

Native ground 

Plowshare's gleam 

Nothing like leather. Monkhouse, A. N. 
Noughts and crosses. Fyleman, R. 
Now the servant's name was Malchus. 

Wilder, T. N. 
Niiremburg egg. Harlan, W. 
Nurse Cavell. Roberts, C. E. B. and 

Forester, C. S. 
Nurse in charge of the case. Parr, E. P. 
Nut farm. Brownell, J. C. 
Nydia. Boker, G. H. 

O bright flame lifted! Ruthenburg, G. D. 
O death, where is thy sting? Mo.nkhouse, 

A. N. 
O for a day with Julia! Hulley, L. 
O'-Ume's gods. Rice, C. Y. 
Oak settle. Brighouse, H. 
Obadiah Gilpin, sky pilot. Hulley, L. 



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Odd entanglement. Firkins, O. W. 

Of an early morning. Perez, I. L. 

Of thee I sing. Kaufman, G. and Rys- 
kind, M. 

Offering of mirrors. Olcott, V. 

Official's morning. Gogol', N. V. 

O'Flaherty the great. Cournos, J. 

O'Flaherty, V. C. Shaw, G. B. 

Oh, Kay! Pierce, C. W. 

Oh! Mathilda! Campion, C. 

O'Hara's love-child. Hulley, L. 

Oil! Sinclair, U. B. 

Oil Islands. Feuchtwanger, L. 

Oklahoma 

Riggs, L. Green grow the lilacs 

Olaf and the trolls. Arkwright, R. 

Old Adam. Hamilton, C. M. 

Old bottles. Housman, L. 

Old boyhood. Rubinstein, H. F. 

Old bull. Gilbert, B. 

Old days in Dixie. Hare, W. B. 

Old English. Galsworthy, J. 

Old fashioned mother. Hare, W. B. 

Old firm's awakening. Talbot, A. J. 

Old folk of the centuries. Dunsany, E. 

Old friend. See, E. 

Old friends. Barrie, J. M. 

Old Grouch. Willis, R. 

Old home. Mayor, B. 

Old homestead. Thompson, D. 

Old lady says "No!" Johnstone, D. 

Old lady shows her medals. Barrie, J. M. 

Old love aflfair. Kotzebue, A. F. F. von 

Old maid. Akins, Z. 

Old Moore's almanac. Pearmain, J. 

Old nobody. Kennedy, C. R. 

Old order. Mellon, E. E. 

Old P. G. O'Higgins, H. J. and Ford, H. 

Old sea road. Yeats, J. B. 

Old sweetheart of mine. Davis, O. 

Old trouper. Brooks, C. S. 

Ole George comes to tea. Ervine, St. 
J. G. 

Olympia. Molnar, F. 

Omar Khayyam. See Hankin, St. J. 
Dramatic version of Omar Khayyam 

On approval. Lonsdale, F. 

On Baile's strand. Yeats, W. B. 

On board the "Golden Hind," 1578. Par- 
ker, L. N. 

On Christmas eve. Mackay, C. D'A. 

On Dartmoor. Grant, N. 

On the high road. Chekhov, A. P. 

On the lot. Ryerson, F. and Clements, C. 

On the racecourse. Gregory, I. A. 

On the razor edge. Hughes, R. 

On the rocks. Shaw, G. B. 

On the shelf. Morley, C. 

On the way home. Pride, L. B. 

On trial. Rice, E L. 

On with the new. Courteline, F. de 

Once in a lifetime. Hart, M. and Kauf- 
man, G. S. 

Once in a palace. Phillips, M. K. 

Once there was a princess. Tompkins, 
J. W. 

One day more. Conrad, J. 

One-Eye, Two-Eye, and Three-Eye. 
Brush, D. H. 

100 — not out. Byron-Webber, R. 



$100,000 club paper. Ring, L. B. 

One of those days. Cameron, M. 

One Sunday afternoon. Hagan, J. 

Only jealousy of Emer. Yeats, W. B. 

Only me. Short, M. and Phelps, P. 

Open collars. Barnouw, E. 

Opera matinee. Gerstenberg, A. 

Oracles of Apollo. Brighouse, H. 

Order of release. Housman, L. 

Orders are orders. Beith, J. H. and Arm- 
strong, A. 

Organ. Nicholson, K. and Pendray, G. 
E. 

Orient 

Abdullah, A. Black tents 

Orlando Furioso. Bufano, R. 

Orphan Aggie. O'Higgins, H. J. 

Orphee. Cocteau, J. 

Oscar Wilde. Cohen, L. 

Other men's views. Hackett, W. 

Other room. Witherspoon, F. 

Other side of the door. Hartley, R. E. 

Other voice. Fairbanks, S. v. K. 

Our betters. Maugham, W. S. 

Our Christ liveth. Kingsbury, S. R. 

Our Frank. Kotzebue, A. F. 

Our lean years. Eastman, F. 

Our lord of the ship. Pirandello, L. 

Our regiment. Hamilton, H. 

Out of darkness. Ingram. K. 

Out o' luck. Gushing, C. C. S. 

Out of the dark. Berman, H. 

Out of the dark. Guinn, D. C. 

Out of the mouths of ... . Wilde, P. 

Out of the night. Hutchinson, H. and 
Williams, M. 

Out of the sea. Marquis, D. 

Outcasts from Poker Flat (B. Harte). 
Hartley, R. E. and Power, C. M. 

Outclassed. GHck, C. 

Outside. Glaspell, S. 

Outside looking in. Anderson, M. 

Outward bound. Vane, S. 

Over the hills and far away. Frank, F. 
K 

Overruled. Shaw, G. B. 

Overtones. Gerstenberg, A. and Howard, 
L. 

Overture— 1920. Bolitho, W. 

Pacifist. Popplewell, O. 

Paddy pools. Malleson, M. 

Paddy the next best thing. Mackay, W. 
G. 

Pagans. MacDonagh, T. 

Pageant of inauguration. Harris, M. P. 

Pageant of sunshine and shadow. Mac- 
kay, C. D'A. 

Pageants 

Armstrong, L. Van V. Old history 

book 
Mackay, C. D'A. America triumphant 
Rockwell, E. G. The way; a Christmas 

pageant of peace 
Rossetti, C. G. Months 
Weaver, G. N. Christmas pageant 

Hop-Run 

Memories: Mother's day pageant 

Passion week 

Patriotic passion 

Possibilities in rural church life 

Thanksgiving pageant 



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INDEX TO PLAYS 



Pahlen, Petr Aleksieevich 

Neumann, A. The patriot 
Painful necessity. Housman, L. 
Palace of truth. Gilbert, W. S. 
Palm Sunday. Rolland, R. 
Pan and the nymphs. Hulley, L. 
Pan in Pimlico. Simpson, H. 
Pandora's box. Vallance, R. 
Pantaloon. Barrie, J. M. 
Pantomime 

Armstrong, L. Van V. Doctor of lone- 
some folk 
Parachute. Bell, F. E. E. 
Pardoner's tale. Mavor, O. H. 
Paris and CEnone. Binyon, L. 
Paris bound. Barry, P. 
Parlor maid and the young man. 

Schnitzler, A. 
Parlor matches. Hare, W. B. 
Parting. Bottomley, G. 
Parting. Peach, L. du G. 
Passing of Chow Chow. Rice, E. L. 
Passing of Galatea. Talbot, A. J. 
Passing of the Essenes. Moore, G. 
Passion, poison and petrifaction; or The 

fatal gazogene. Shaw, G. B. 
Passion week: an Easter pageant. 

Weaver, G. N. 
Passion's furnace. Kosor, J. 
Paste pearls. Downey, T. H. 
Pat Piper's place. Scribner, E. 
Patchwork. Brandon-Thomas, J. and 

Barrett, F. W. 
Patchwork quilt. Field, R. L. 
Pathfinder. Ould, H. 
Patience. Hankin, St. J. 
Patriarch. Smith, B. 
Patriot. Dukes, A. 
Patriot. Neumann, A. 
Patriotic pageant. Weaver, G. N. 
Patriotism 

McFadden, E. and Crimmins, A. Man 

without a country 
MacKaye, P. Washington and Betsy 

Ross 
Patsy. Conners, B. 
Paul among the Jews. Werfel, F. V. 
Paul and Thekla. Goold, M. N. 
Paul Bunyan. Stokes, R. L. 
Paul Felice. Monkhouse, A. N. 
Paul Twyning. Shiels, G. 
Pawns. Wilde, P. 
Pay as you enter. George, C. 
Peace and quiet. Alvarez Quintero, S. 

and J. 
Peace at home. Courteline, G. 
Peace-makers. Housman, L. 
Peace of Ferrara. Merivale, P. 
Peace on earth. Sklar, G. and Maltz, A. 
Peaceful valley. Kidder, E. E. 
Peach. Remains, J. 
Peach tree road. Short, M. 
Pearl thief. Phelps, G. H. and Pitkin, 

M. I. 
Pearl-tree. Trevelyan, R. C. 
Pearls. Totheroh, D. 
Pearls before swine. Meadon, J. 
Pearly gates. Jennings, G. E. 
Pease and beans. Phelps, P. 
Peculiar old duffer. MacMullen, J. C. 
Pedagogue. Loving, B. 
Pedro the toreador. Carter, M. 



Peggy. Crothers, R. 

Pelleas and Melisande. Maeterlinck, M. 

Pen-and-ink. Mellon, E. E. 

Penelope. Maugham, W. S. 

Penny for a guy! Macnamara, M. 

Penny that beauty spent. Wilder, T. N. 

People. Glaspell, S. 

People like us. Vosper, F. 

Pepys, Samuel 

Bax, C. Mr. Pepys 

Fagan, J. B. And so to bed 

Firkins, O. W. King's vigil 

Perfect alibi. See Milne, A. A. Fourth 
wall 

Perfect husband. Francis, J. O. 

Perfect lover. Sutro, A. 

Perfect marriage. White, L. 

Perfect pattern. Van der Veer, E. 

Perfect wife. Douglass, V. 

La Perichole. Offenbach, J. 

Permanent wave. Titheradge, D. 

Person responsible. Howard, F. M. 

Personal appearance. Riley, Laurence 

Personally or by letter. Beith, J. H. 

Peter Pan; or. The boy who would not 
grow up. Barrie, J. 

Peter the pied piper. Ould, H. 

Petrified forest. Sherwood, R. E. 

Petroushka. Mitcoff, E. Y. 

Phantasms. Bracco, R. 

Phantom lover. Kaiser, G.^ 

Phantom lover. See Molnar, F. Tale 
of the wolf 

Phantom treasure. Edmonds, R. 

Pharaoh's daughter. Gaw, A. and E. T. 

Pharaoh's daughter. Kotzebue, A. von 

Philanderer. Shaw, G. B. 

Philip goes forth. Kelly, G. E. 

Philosopher of Butterbiggins. Chapin, 

Phoebe cleans house. Scribner, E. 

Phosphorus. Molnar, F. 

Photograph reveries. Wilson, N. G. 

Picking a winner. Janney, S. 

Picnic. Green, P. 

Pie and the tart. Jagendorf, M. A. 

Pierre. Scott, D. C. 

Pierrot and Columbine on Little West 

Jones street. Jagendorf, M. A. 
Pierrot before the seven doors. Can- 

tillon, A. 
Pierrot of the minute. Dowson, E. 
Pierrot's mother. Hughes, G. 
Pigeon. Galsworthy, J. 
Pigeons and people. Cohan, G. M. 
Piker. Gordon, L. and Palmer, R. A. 
Pine hill. Brooks, C. S. 
Pink and patches. Bland, M. 
Pink pajamas. Worcester, L. G. 
Pinkie and the fairies. Robertson, W. G. 
Pipe in the fields. Murray, T. C. 
Piper. Peabody, J. P. 
Piper laughs. Ould, H. 
Pipes of Pan; or. The call of spnng. 

Carpenter, E. C. 
Pirates. Campbell, C. C. 
Pirates of Key West. Hulley, L. 
Pirates of Penzance; or. The slave of 

dutv. Gilbert, W. S. 
Place in the world. Sternheim, C. 
Playboy of the western world. Synge, J. 

M. 



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Playing with fire. Strindberg, A. 
Play's the thing. Molnar, F. [Adapted 

by P. G. Wodehouse] 
Please do not pick the flowers. Hughes, 

B. 
Please stir the fire, James. Brooks, C. S. 
Pleasure garden. Mayor, B. 
Plenty of time. MacMillan, M. L. 
Plough and the stars. O'Casey, S. 
Plowshare's gleam. Geddes, V. 
Plumes. Johnson, G. D. 
Plus fours. Vachell, H. A. 
Poacher. Francis, J. O. 
Pocahontas and the elders. Geddes, V. 
Poe, Edgar Allan 

Cook, J. D. Man of temperament 
Poet and the actress. Schnitzler, A. 
Poet laureate. Dearden, H. 
Poetasters of Ispahan. Bax, C. 
Poetry and plaster. Medcraft, R. G. 
Poet's corner. Pakington, M. A. 
Poet's secret. Bernard, J. J. 
Point of view. Osborne, M. 
Point Valaine. Coward, N. P. 
Polar post. Pakington. M. A. 
Polly of the circus. Mayo, M. 
Polly Patchwork. Field, R. L. 
Pormeroy's past. Kummer, C. 
Pompeii 

Boker, G. H. Nydia 
Pompilia. Graham, D. 
Poor actress. Moore, F. F. 
Poor bride. Ostrovskii, A. N. 
Poor John. Martinez Sierra, G. 
Poor little turkey girl. Brush, D. H. 
"Poor mama!" Housman, L. 
Poor married man. Hare, W. B. 
Poor old Sam. Howard, F. M. 
Poppa. Cohen, B. and Spewack, S. 
Porgy. Heyward, D. H. and DuB. 
Pork pie hat. James, G. 
Portrait. Robinson, L. 
Portrait of a gentleman in slippers. 

Milne, A. A. 
Portrait of Mrs. W. Peabody, J. P. 
Portrait of Tiero. Akins, Z. 
Porzia. Rice, C. Y. 
Possibilities in rural church life. Weaver, 

G. N. 
Post-mortem. Coward, N. P. 
Post mortems. Divine, C. 
Pot of broth. Yeats, W. B. 
Potter's field. Green, P. 
Potter's wheel. Hulley, L. 
Pottery. Hudson, H. 
Pound of flesh. Geraghty, T. J. 
Power of woman. Raymond, M. 
Prayer of the sword. Fagan, J. B. 
Precedent. Golden, I. J. 
Preliminary skirmish. Molnar, F. 
Prelude and fugue. Bax, C. 
Press cuttings. Shaw, G. B. 
Pretty Druidess. Gilbert. W. S. 
Pretty little Plum-Pit. Hughes, G. 
Prevost, Abbe 

Waddell, H. Abbe Prevost 
Price of coal. Brighouse, H. 
Priest and his disciples. Hyakuzo, K. 
Prince Ananias. Neilson, F. 
Prince Gabby. Murfin, J. 
Prince of adventure. Barbee, L. 



Prince of court painters. Mackay, C. 
D'A. 

Prince there was. Cohan, G. M. 

Prince who was a piper. Brighouse, H. 

Princess and the crystal pipe. Folmsbee, 
B. 

Princess and the players. Watts, B. 

Princess and the woodcutter. Milne, A. 
A. 

Princess Dayshine. Dix, B. M. 

Princess Ida; or. Castle Adamant. Gil- 
bert, W. S. 

Princess marries the page. Millay, E. 
St. V. 

Princess Mirabelle and the swineherd. 
Ould, H. 

Princess Tenderheart. Sowerby, G. 

Princesses. Joseph, H. H. 

Prison 

Hall, H. and Middlemass, R. Valiant 

Private Jones. Schayer, E. R. 

Private lives. Coward, N. P. 

Prize pigeon. Housman, L. 

Prize plays 

Blair, P. Drumgarth. (British drama 

league, 1931) 
Bomstead, B. Diabolical circle. (Arne- 

berg prize, 1921) 
Kaufman, G. and Ryskind, M. Of thee 

I sing. (Pulitzer prize, 1932) 

Leonard, M. Immortal beloved. (Samuel 

French prize, 1927) 
Levinger, E. C. Return of the prodigal. 
(Awarded first prize in the 1925 
religious drama contest held by the 
Drama league of America) 
Smith, N. K. They refuse to be resur- 
rected. (British Drama League Na- 
tional festival of community drama, 
1932) 
Stout, O. Harvest. (Drama League- 
Longmans, 1928) 
Strode, H. End of the dance. (Samuel 
French prize, 1929 National little 
theatre tournament) 

Prize winner. Denison, M. 

Problem 

Maugham, W. S. Sacred flame 

Processional. Lawson, J. H. 

Prodigal son. Hulley, L. 

Prodigal son. Kemp, H. 

Prodigal's return. Gilbert, B. 

Product of the mill. McFadden, E. A. 

Professor Pepp. Hare, W. B. 

Professor Tim. Shiels, G. 

Progress. Ervine, St. J. G. 

Prologue to "King Lear." Molnar, F. 

Promotion cometh. Housman, L. 

Proof. Hodson, J. L. 

Prophecy. Parsons, M. G. 

Proposal. Chekhov, A. P. 

Proserpina and the devil. Wilder, T. N. 

Prudence in particular. Butler, R. B. 

Psychiatric 

O'Neill, E. Days without end 

Psychic. See also Supernatural 
McCauley, C. V. The threshhold 

Psychological moment. Morbio, P. 

Publicity. Harris, L. 

Puck's good deed for the day; or, Shake- 
speare is so modern! Bourne, J. 



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Pullman car Hiawatha. Wilder, T. N. 
Punch and go. Galsworthy, J. 
Punch and Judy. Anonymous, q. v. 
Puppet plays 

Bax, C. Silly Willy 

Brush, D. H. One-Eye, Two-Eye and 
Three-Eye 

Joseph, H. H. Little Mr. Clown 

Princesses 

See Sand, Maurice. Maurice Sand's 

plays for marionettes 
Stoddard, A. and Sarg, T. Don Quixote 

Puppeteer. Gerstenberg, A. 

Puppy love. Matthews, A. and Stan- 
ley, M. 

Puie in heart. Lawson, J. H. 

Purloined letter (E. A. Poe). Hartley, 
R. E. and Power, C. M. 

Purple bedroom. Phillpotts, E. 

Pursuit of happiness. Langner, L. and 
A. 

Puss and brutes. Howard de Walden, 
T. E. S.-E. 

Putty club. Molnar, F. 

Pygmalion. Shaw, G. B. 

Pygmalion and Galatea. Gilbert, W. S. 

Pygmalion and Galatea. Hulley, L. 

Python eggs. Hulley, L. 

Quakers. Kotzebue, A. F. F. von 

Quaker's 'cello. Bax, C. 

Quality street. Barrie, J. M. 

Quare medicine. Green, P. 

Quarry. Clark, J. A. 

Quarter of an hour. Talbot, A. J. 

Queen Dick. Hepworth, F. A. 

Queen of Nectaria. Neilson, F. 

Queen of ruin. Thompson, E. J. 

Queen of Sheba. Young, S. 

Queen Victoria 
Housman, L. Queen's progress 

Revolting daughter 

Queen was in her parlour. Coward, N. 

P. 
Queen's husband. Sherwood, R. E. 
Queen's nose. Medcraft, R. G. 
Queens of France. Wilder, T. N. 
Queer cattle. Johnson, P. 
Question of sex. Bennett, A. 
"Quits." Brown, A. F. 
Quo vadis. Doran, M. 
R. U. R. Capek, K. M. 
Races. Bruckner, F. 
Races. Tagger, T. B. 
Racket. Cormack, B. 

Racketty-packetty house. Burnett, F. H. 
Rackey. Culbertson, E. H. 
Raffle. Dunsany, E. 
Rag. Monkhouse, A. N. 
Ragged edge. Eastman, F. 
Railroad adventure. Molnar, F. 
Rain. Burnet, D. 

Rain. Colton, A. and Randolph, C. 
Rain from heaven. Behrman, S. N. 
Rainbow robe, Olcott, V. 
Rainy day. Ballard. F. 
Rani of Jhansi. Cox, P. 
Raphael of Teresina. Hulley, L. 
Rapunzel. Brody, A. 
Rashi. ReznikofT, C. 
Rats. Hauptmann, G. 



Rats of Norway. Winter, J. K. 

Rattle. Yeates, J. B. 

Ray of reason. Talbot, A. J. 

Razor. Nakamura, K. 

Real Gloria. Hughes, G. 

Really, my dear. . . . Morley, C. 

Rear car. Rose, E. E. 

Rebellion of youth. AIcMuUen, J. C. 

Rebound. Stewart, D. O. 

Recess for memorials. Brody, A. 

Reckless. Riggs, L. 

Red carnations. Hughes, G. 

Red cross 

Hare, W. B. Grandma Gibbs of the 

Red cross 
Pilcher, V. Searcher 
Red dusk. Price, O. M. 
Red-handkerchief man. Kauflfmann, S. 
Red mill. See Molnar, F. Mima 
Red night. Hodson, J. L. 
Red planet. Balderston, J. L. and Hoare, 

J. E. 
Red rust. Kirshon, V. M. and Uspenskii, 

A. V. 
Red Sunday. Griffith, H. F. 
Red sunset. Dane, E. 
Red thread of guilt. Sharpsteen, E. J.^ 
Red trail. Dickey, P. 
Red widow. Pollock, C. and Wolf, R. 
Redemption of man. McMillen, J. C. 
Reference. Firkins, O. W. 
References. Longnecker, E. B. 
Reformation. Campion, C. 
Reggie makes complaint. Peach, L. du G. 
Rehearsal. Baring, M. 
Reigen. Schnitzler, A. 
Relativity. Titheradge, D. 
Release. Isaacs, E. S. and Albert, R. 
Religion 

Healey, F. Creeds 
Religious difficulties. Housman, L. 
Reluctant dragon. Howard de Walden, 

T. E. S-E. 
Rescue of Cynthia Ann. Rogers, J. W. 
Resignation of Bill Snyder. Shayer, J. D. 
Responsible job. Upson, W. H. 
Resurrection of Joseph. Sladen-Smith, F. 
Reticent convict. Firkins, O. W. 
Retired. Corneau, P. B. 
Return. Bennett, C. 
Return. Bottomley, G. 
Return. Robins, A. 
Return of Deborah. Callaway, E. H. 
Return of Hi Jinks. Short, M. 
Return of Mr. Benjamin. Short, M. 
Return of Peter Grimm. Belasco, D. 
Return of Proserpine. Frank, F. K. 
Return of the immigrant. De la Roche, 

M. 
Return of the prodigal. Hankin, St. J. 
Return of the prodigal. Levinger, E. C. 
Return of the soldier. Van Druten, J. 
Reunion in Vienna. Sherwood, R. E. 
Revealing moment. Firkins, O. W. 
Revolt of the machines; or, Invention run 

wild. Rolland, R. 
Revolting daughter. Housman, L. 
Rhoecus. Brown, A. F. 
Rhythm. Gerstenberg, A. 
Rib of the man. Kennedy, C. R. 
Rich man, poor man. Burrill, B. Y. 



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Richard of Bordeaux. Daviot, G. 

Riddle. Raleigh, W. 

Rider of dreams. Torrance, R. 

Riders to the sea. Synge, J. M. 

Riding the goat. Miller, M. 

Right you are! (If you think so). Piran- 
dello, L. 

Rim of the desert. Firkins, O. W. 

Rimbaud, Jean-Arthur 

Bacon, L. Dream and action 

Ringer. Wallace, E. 

Rip van Winkle (W. Irving). Hartley, 
R. E. and Power, C. M. 

Rise of Silas Lapham. Sabine, L. 

Rising of the moon. Gregory, I. A. 

Rising sun. Heijermans, H. 

Rivals on the Styx. Hulley, L. 

Riviera. Molnar, F. 

Road to Bethlehem. Bain, E. 

Road to happiness. Hodge, W. T. 

Road to Rome. Sherwood, R. E. 

Roadside. Riggs, L. 

Roar China. Tret'iakov, S. M. 

Robert Edward Lee. Bate, R. A. 

Robert the devil. Gilbert, W. S. 

Robin Hood. Noyes, A. 

Robin Hood and the pedlar. Drinkwater, J. 

Robin Hood, gentleman outlaw. Hulley, 

Rock.' Eliot, T. S. 

Romance. Sheldon, E. B. 

Romance after midnight. Brooks, C. S. 

Romance is a racket. Kirkpatrick, J. A. 

Romance of the willow pattern. Van der 
Veer, E. 

Romancers. Rostand, E. 

Romantic interval. Ryerson, F. and Clem- 
ents, C. 

Romantic young lady. Martinez Sierra, G. 

Romany road. Brighouse, H. 

Romeo — and Jane. Carpenter, E. C. 

Romney, George 

Mackay, C. D'A. Prince of court paint- 
ers 

Rondo. Anderson, L. 

Roof. Galsworthy, J. 

Rookie and the rules. Booth, H. 

Room with the black door. Stiles, H. 

Rope. See Hamilton, P. Rope's end 

Rope's end. Hamilton, P. 

Rory aforesaid. Maclntyre, J. 

Rosalie. Maurey, M. 

Rosalind. Barrie, J. M. 

Rosamund at the tracks. Ryttenberg, A. 

Rosary. Rose, E. E. 

Rose and the cross. Bax, C. 

Rose and the ring. Sowerby, G. 

Rose o' my heart. Hulley, L. 

Rose of the Alhambra (W. Irving). Hart- 
ley, R. E. and Power, C. M. 

Rose of the Ghetto. Rose, E. E. 

Rose-queen of Viromollet. Sand, M. 

Rose windows. Young, S. 

Rose without a thorn. Bax, C. 

Rosemary, that's for remembrance. Par- 
ker, L. N. 

Round table. Robinson, L. 

Roundabout. Priestley, J. B. 

Royal family. Kaufman, G S. and Fer- 
ber, E. 



Royal favour. Housman, L. 

Ruddigore; or, The witch's curse. Gil- 
bert, W. S. 

Run for her money. Kidder, E. E. 

Runaway bride. Shively, J. and Maxwell, 
T. and V. 

Runaway simnel cake. Olcott, V. 

Runaways. Phillpotts, E. 

Rural belle. Sharpsteen, E. J. 

Rustic Romeo. Hare, W. B. 

Ruth of Moab. Maxfield, M. R. 

Ryerson mystery. Phelps, P. 

S.O.S. Ellis, W. W. 

Sabbatai Zevi. Ash, S. 

Sacred and profane art. Molnar, F. 

Sacred and profane love. Bennett, A. 

Sacred cat. Sladen-Smith, F. 

Sacred flame. Maugham, W. S. 

Sacrifice. Duncan, T. M. 

Sad about Europe. Johnson, P. 

Safe amongst the pigs. Brighouse, H. 

Sag Harbor. Heme, J. A. 

Saga of the Folkungs. Strmdberg, J. A. 

Sahdji, an African ballet. Bruce, R. 

Sailing west to find the east. Parsons, M. 

Sailor, beware! Nicholson, K. and Rob- 
inson, C. 

Saint Anselm only carved one soul. Hick- 
enlooper, M. 

Saint Cyprian and the devil. Van der 
Veer, E. 

St. Francis and the wolf. Branch, A. H. 

St. George & the dragon. Parker, L. N. 

St. Helena. Sherriff, R. C. and De Casalis, 

. J. 

Saint Joan. Shaw, G. B. 
St. John the Baptist 

Barry, P. John 
Saint Martin's summer. 
Saint Mary Magdalen. 
St. Patrick's day 

Aldis, M. Mrs. Pat and the law 

Gregory, I. A. Bogie men 

Lyon, E. S. Shamrock 
St. Paul. Dearmer, G. 
St. Simeon Stylites. Sladen-Smith, F. 
St. Valentine's day 

Giorloff, R. Jazz and minuet 

Price, O. M. Gift of the gods 

Ryerson, F. and Clements, C. On the 
lot 
Sale by auction. Peach, L. du G. 
Sally's ship comes in. Booth, H. 
Salome. Wilde, O. 
Salt water. Golden, J. 
Salted almonds. Guthrie, T. A. 
Salutation. Kennedy, C. R. 
Samson a la mode. Carb, David 
San Gabriel's sun-dial. Hulley, L. 
Sancho's master. Gregory, I. A. 
Sanctuary knocker. Walker, A. J. 
Sand castle. Farrar, J. C. 
Sandman's pack o' dreams. Price, O. M. 
Santa Claus and Mother Goose. Hul- 
ley, L. 
Santa Claus messenger. Curtis, A. 
Santa Claus on trial. Clough, G. E. 
Sappho and Phaon. Osborne, M. 
Sar' Alice. Gregson, J. R. 
Sara. Woolly, O. F. 



Gushing, C. C. S. 
Hulley, L. 



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INDEX TO PLAYS 



Satin slipper; or. The worst is not the 

surest. Claudel, P. 
Saturday night. Benavente y Martinez, J. 
Saturday night. Green, f. 
Saturday night. Johnson, P. 
Saturday's cnildren. Anderson, M. 
Saucy goose. Medcraft, R. G. 
Saul. Thompson, E. J. 
Saul and David. Swann, D. 
Saved. Rogers, J. W. 
Savitri, the faithful. Phillpotts, A. E. 
Scarecrow. Ferguson, J. A. 
Scarecrow. MacKaye, P. 
Scarlet mantle. Pakington, M. A. 
Scenes from the life of Richard Wagner. 

Cooke, J. F. 
School for husbands. Guiterman, A. and 

Langner, L. 
School for scandal. Hankin, St. J. 
School, or Thou shalt not commit. Fool, 

T. 
Scourge of the gulph. Yeates, J. B. 
Screen. Emerson, J. 
Scuftietown outlaws. Cox, W. N. 
Sea gull. Chekhov, A. P. 
Sea Stories 

Anderson, L. Mutiny 
Heijermans, H. The Good Hope 
Wilder, T. N. Angel on the ship 
Sea urchin. Turner, J. H. 
Searcher. Pilcher, V. 
Second-class duke. Bell, F. E. E. 
Second fioor, Spoopendyke. Furniss, G. 

L. 
Second guest. Beresford, H. and Scale, 

C. S. St. B. 
Second lie. Mackay, I. E. 
Second life. Hirschfeld, G. 
Second man. Behrman, S. N. 
Second Mrs. Tanqueray. Hankin, St. J. 
Second Mrs. Tanqueray. Pinero, A. W. 
Second round. Glover, H. 
Second visit. Bourne, J. 
Secret. Alehin, A. F. 
Secret under the berry moon. Olcott, 

V. 
Secrets. Besier, R. and Edginton, M. 
Secrets of the heart. Dobson, A. 
See Naples and die. Rice, E. L. 
Semper fidelis. Cohn, A. A. 
Send her victorious. Johnson, P 
Sending grandpa to heaven. Arkell, R. 
Sentience. Gerstenberg, A. 
Sentimental Sarah. George, C. 

Sentimental scarecrow. Field, R. L. 
Sequel. Wilde, P. 
Serena Blandish; or, The difficulty of 

getting married. Behrman, S. N. 
Servant in the house. Kennedy, C. R. 
Servant's hall. Gogol, N. V. 
Service. Anthony, C. L. 
Service. Smith, D. G. 
Service for two. Flavin, M. 
Set a thief. Paramore, E. E. 
Setback. Gerstenberg, A. 
Seven against one. Finsterwald, M. 
Seven days. Rinehart, M. R. and Hop- 
wood, A. 
Seven gifts. Walker, S. 
Seven keys to Baldpate. Cohan, G. M. 



Seven o'clock in the evening. Molnar, 

F. 
Seven one-act dramas. Kotzebue, A. F. 
Seven spinning meisjes. Olcott, V. 
Seven women. Barrie, J. M. 
77 Park lane. Hackett, W. 
Severed cord. Finsterwald, M. 
Sewing for the heathen. Hare, W. B. 
Sewing of the wedding gown. Peretz, 

I. L. 
Sex fable. Bourdet, £. 
Sforza, Ludovico 

Canheld, M. C. The duchess says her 
prayers 
Shades and shadows. Edmonds, R. 
Shadow of a gunman. O'Casey, S. 
Shadow of the glen. Synge, J. M. 
Shadow of the mine. Pride, L. B 
Shadows of strife. Davison, J. 
Shakespeare 

Ashton, W. Will Shakespeare 
Baring, M. Rehearsal 
Blair, W. Death of Shakespeare 
Bourne, J. Puck's good deed for the 

day; or Shakespeare is so modern! 
Darmady, J. Mousetrap 
Firkins, O. W. Undying prince 
Moore, G. Making of an immortal 
Morley, C. Good theatre 
Peabody, J. P. Fortune and men's 

eyes 
Witter, G. King Henry the Seventh 
Shakespeare in Wall street. Warren, E. 

H. 
Shakespeare smiles. Campbell, L. 
Shakespeare the playmaker. Anon. 
Shakespearian conference. Phelps, P. 
Shall we join the ladies? Barrie, J. M. 
Sham. Tompkins, F. G. 
Shame the devil. Nicholson, K. and 

De Sola, A. 
Shamrock. Lyon, E. S. 
Shanghai. Stuckes, J. 
Shannons of Broadway. Gleason, J. 
Shattered. Bordeaux, H. 
Shavings. Phelps, P. and Short, M. 
She-ass and the tied colt. Housman, L. 
She stoops to conquer. Hankin, St. J. 
She walked in her sleep, Swan, M. E. 
She was no lady. Ervine, St. J. G. 
She was right. Wylie, L. 
She wouldn't stay put. Short, M. 
Shelf. Davis, D. 
Shelley, Percy Bysshe 

Wilder, T. N. Centaurs 
Shepherd of Lattenden. Kaye-Smith, S. 

Sheppy. Maugham, W. S. 
Shewing-up of Blanco Posnet. Shaw, G. 

B. 
Shim Sham; or, Prepopterops the giant; or, 

Betty's dream. Ould, H. 
Shining hour. Winter, J. K. 
Shining in darknes. Pt. I. Born in 
Bethlehem. Pt. II. He is risen: 
Easter scenes. Talbot, F. X. 
Shipping mother east. Van der Veer, E. 
Shivering shocks. Ashton, W. 
Shoes that danced. Branch, A. H. 
Shore Acres. Heme, J. A. 
Shorn lamb. Grattan, L. 



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Short cut. Wilde, P. 

Shot (A. Pushkin). Hartley, R. E. and 

Power, C. M. 
Shotgun splicin', a mountain tragedy. 

Coffin, G. W. 
Show. Galsworthy, J. 
Show me. Upton, H. 
Show must go on. Willis, R. 
Showing up Mabel. Hughes, G. 
Sicilian limes. Pirandello, L. 
Siddons, Mrs. 

Royde-Smith, N. G. Mrs. Siddons 
Siege. Clements, C. 
Siege of Berlin (A. Daudet). Hartley, 

R. E. and Power, C. M. 
Siegfried. Giraudoux, J. 
Silly Willy. Bax, C. 
Silver box. Galsworthy, J. 
Silver cord. Howard, S. C. 
Silver tassie. O'Casey, S. 
Silver thread. Mackay, C. D'A. 
Simple soul. Anderson, L. 
Simple soul. Smith, V. 
Sinclair Lewis's Dodsworth. Howard, S. 

C. 
Singapore spider. Finnegan, E. 
Singer. Pearse, P. 
Singing sands. Bottomley, G. 
Sintram of Skagerrak. Cowan, S. 
Sire de Maletroit's door (R. L. Stevenson). 

Hartley, R. E. and Power, C. M. 
Sirocco. Coward, N. P. 
Sister Felicity. Hulley, L. 
Sister Sally. Phelps, P. 
Sisterly scheme (H. C. Bunner). Hartley, 

R. E. and Power, C. M. 
Sisters. Bottomley, G. 
Sisters. Peretz, I. L. 
Sisters' tragedy. Hughes, R. A. W. 
Six feet under. See Delf, H. Too much 

family 
Six gentlemen in a row. Remains, J. 
Skin game. Galsworthy, J. 
Skinner's dress suit. Dodge, H. I., 

Marston, L. and Paulton, E. 
Skyrocket. Reed, M. W. 
Slave with two faces. Davies, M. C. 
Sleeping beauty. Cummins, S. L. 
Sleeping beauty. Howard de Walden, T. 

E. S-E. 
Slippers of Cinderella. Robertson, W. J. 
Slippin'. Finnegan, E. 
Small down payment. Savage, G. 
Smiling cow. Scribner, E. 
Smith. Maugham, W. S. 
Smoke-screens. Brighouse, H. 
Snake. Fitzhugh, C. 
Snake charmer. Bennett, A. 
Snake eater. Nicholson, K. 
Snickerty Dick. Ford, J. E. 
Snow man. Housman, L. 
Snow queen. Grimball, E. B. 
Snow White and the seven dwarfs. White, 

J. B. 
Snowdrop and the dwarfs. Gandy, I. 
So far and no father. Harwood, H. M. 
So good. Roberts, C. 
So simple. Titheradge, D. 
Socrates. Bax, C. 

Sojourners. Meaker, I. J. and Harnwell, 
A. J. 



Soldier and the parlormaid. Schnitzler, 

A. 
Solemn pride. Leighton, G. R. 
Solid south. Campbell, L. 
Solstice. Capek, K. 
Some girl. Hayward, G. 
Some of us are like that. Hornsey, E. G. 
Some sonnets; year 1588. Hubbard, E. 
Somebody knows. Van Druten, J. 
Somebody's crooked. Toler, S. 
Something to talk about. Phillpotts, E. 
Sometimes even now. Chetham-Strode, 

W. 
Son of learning. Clarke, A. 
Song of drums. Dukes, A. 
Song of sixpence. Beith, J. H. and Bol- 
ton, G. 
Song of Solomon. O'Dea, M. 
Sophro the wise. Binyon, L. 
Sorcerer. Gilbert, W. S. 
Sorrows. Pinski, D. 

Sorry you've been troubled! Hackett, W. 
Sort-of-a-prince. Brighouse, H. 
So's your old antique! Kummer, C. 
Soul you may bury. Geddes, V. 
Souls in exile. Horowitz, N. 
Sound your horn. Reed, H. 
Southern Cinderella. Hare, W. B. 
Soviet Russia 

Kirshon, V. M. and Uspenski, A. V. 

Red Rust 
Mark, F. Tarakin 
Spacetime inn. Britton, L. 
Spanish galleon. Maclntyre, J. and Yuill, 

A. W. 
Spark. Pailleron, E. J. H. 
Sparkin'. Conkle, E. P. 
Spartan girl. Talbot, A. J. 
Speaking terms. Pertwee, R. 
Speed. Titheradge, D. 
Spell. Kelly, M. 

Spider. Oursler, F. and Brentano, L. 
Spinoza, the maker of lenses. Gunn, J. A. 
Spinsters of Lushe. Johnso<n, P. 
Spirit of '76. Van Derveer, C. 
Spirit rappers. Sand, M. 
Spite corner. Craven, F. 
Splendor of God. Hulley, L. 
Spoiled Buddha. Waddell, H. J. 
Sport of the gods. Hulley, L. 
Spot. Jennings, G. E. 
Spot in the porch. Gilbert, H. 
Spot on the sun. Turner, J. H. 
Spread eagle. Brooks, G. S. and Lister, 

W. B. 
Spread eagle. Hulley, L. 
Spreading the news. Gregory, I. A. 
Sprightly widow Bartlett. Phelps, P. 
Spring! Clements, C. C. 
Spring cleaning. Lonsdale, F. 
Spring o' the year. Robertson, W. H. 
Spring sluicing. Ernst, E. H. 
Springboard. Miller, A. D. 
Springtime for Henry. Levy, B. W. 
Square crooks. Judge, J. P. 
Square pegs. Bax, C. 
Squire William. Hulley, L. 
Stage struck. Kidder, E. E. and A. R. 
Stairs. San Secundo, R. di 
Standish Pride. Wilde, P. 
Stardust children. Cannelin, M. 



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Starlight widow. Brighouse, H. and Wal- 
ton, J. 

Starter. Spence, E. 

Steamship Tenacity. Vildrac, C. 

Stepmother. Bennett, A. 

Steppin' westward. Marks, J. A. 

Stevedore. Peters, P. and Sklar, G. 

Still alarm. Kaufman, G. S. 

Still life. Molnar, F. 

Stitch in time. Holbrook, M. 

Stock market 

Warren, E. H. Shakespeare in Wall 
street 

Stocking. Gilbert, C. 

Stoker. Brighouse, H. 

Stolen prince. Totheroh, D. 

Stolen rolls. Hoffe, M. 

Stone lady. Paulton, E. A. 

Storm. Ryerson, F. and Clements, C. 

Story of Rachel. Bell, F. E. E. 

Straight through the door. Hodge, W. T. 

Strange interlude. O'Neill, E. 

Strange orchestra. Ackland, R. 

Strange visitor. Firkins, O. W. 

Stranger. Gandy, I. 

Stranger. Peach, L. du G. 

Strategy. Anderson, L. 

Street and number. Molnar, F. 

Street scene. Rice, E. L. 

Street singer. Lonsdale, F. 

Strictly dishonorable. Sturges, P. 

Strife. Galsworthy, J. 

String of pearls. Pike, C. S. 

Strutham amateurs present . . . Constan- 
duros, M. 

Stung. Peach, L. du G. 

Substitute (F. Coppee). Hartley, R. E. 
and Power, C. M. 

Subway. Rice, E. L. 

Success. Milne, A. A. 

Success story. Lawson, J. H. 

Such a charming young man. Akins, Z. 

Such is life. Wedekind, F. 

Such is love. Anderson, L. 

Such men are dangerous. Dukes, A. 

Such men are dangerous. Neumann, A. 

Such things happen only in books. Wil- 
der, T. N. 

Suffragette's redemption. Allen, I. 

Sugar cane. Wilson, F. H. 

Suicide 

Baker, E. Miss Tassey 
Boyce, Neith. Winter's night 
Colton, A. and Randolph, C. Rain 
Conkle, E. P. Things is that-a-way 
Crocker, B. Last straw 

Suilven and the eagle. Bottomley, G. 

Sulla. Trevelyan, R. C. 

Summer holiday. Grover, H. G. 

Summit. Bax, C. 

Sump'n like wings. Riggs, L. 

Sun. Galsworthy. J. 

Sun-cold. Glick, C. 

Sun-up. Vollmer, L. 

Sunken bell. Hauptmann, G. 

Sunlight sonata. Mavor, O. H. 

Sunny morning. Alvarez Quintero, S. 
and J. 

Sunset glow. Matthews, A. and Sawyer, 



Supernatural 

Barrie, J. M. Weil-remembered voice 
Bourne, J. Second visit 
McCauley, C. V. Threshold 
See also Psychic 



Green, P. 
Stuart, A. and P. 
Glaspell, S. and 



Supper for the dead. 
Supply and demand. 
Suppressed desires. 

Cook, G. C. 
Supremacy. Kemp. T. C. 
Sure fire. Murphy, R. 
Surratt, Madame 

Rogers, J. W. Madame Surratt 
Susan should marry. Barton, L. 
Suspicious drummer. Hughes, G. 
Suwanee river Jim. Hulley, L. 
Swamp bird. Young, C. R. 
Swan. Molnar, F. 
Sweden 

Strindberg, A. Erik XIV 

Gustav Vasa 

Master Olof 

Saga of the Folkungs 

Sweeps of ninety-eight. Masefield, J. 

Sweet Nell of old Drury. Kester, P. 

Sweet young miss and the poet. 
Schnitzler, A. 

Sweethearts. Gilbert, W. S. 

Swing high. Farrar, J. C. 

Switchback. Mavor, O. H. 

Sword of Damocles. Moore, F. F. 

Symbolic 

Brown, L. O. Blind 

Symphonic pathetique. Box, S. 

Symphony in black. Batchelder, C. B. 

Symphony in illusion. Bell, J. W. 

Synthetic Santa. Lyon, E. S. 

Tables and chairs. Davies, M. C. 

Take my advice; or, A helping hand. 
Lester, E. 

Take two from one. Martinez Sierra, G. 

Taking the picnic to the Shut-in. Anony- 
mous, q.v. 

Tale from India. Moore, F. B. 

Tale of a cat. Salaman, D. C. 

Tale of the wolf (Phantom lover). Mol- 
nar, F. 

Talisman. Wilde, P. 

Talking chair. Ruthenberg, G. D. 

Talking dragon. Gregory, A. 

Tangled threads. Raymond, M. 

Tangled web. Stevens, C. A. 

Tantivy towers. Herbert, A. P. 

Tarakin. Mark, F. 

Tavern. Cohan, G. M. 

Taxi. Riley, A. C. D. 

Tea at four o'clock. Harrison, C. C. 

Tea-pot on the rocks. Kirkpatrick, J. A. 

Tea with a wicked lady. Brooks, C. S. 

Teacher. Ilsley, S. M. 

Tear up the joker! Pakington, M. A. 

Tears of dawn. Vilas, F. Van V. 

Teddy; or. The runaways. Hare, W. B. 

Teja. Sudermann, H. 

Telepathy 

Pakington, M. Experiment 

Tell me your troubles. Nicholson, K. 

Temperaments. Titheradge, D. 

Ten days later. Glick, C. 

Ten fingers of Francois. Oglesbee, D. H. 



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Ten-minute alibi. Armstrong, A. 

Ten minutes by the clock. Riley, A. C. D. 

Tender passion. Griffith, H. F. 

Tenements 

Bashe, E. J. Centuries 

Tenth man. Levinger, E. E. 

Tents of the Arabs. Dunsany, E. 

Terrible meek. Kennedy, C. R. 

Thank you, doctor. Emery, G. 

Thanks to Johnny Appleseed. McMeekin, 
I. McL. 

Thanksgiving in Plymouth. Cuddy, L. 
et al. 

Thanksgiving pageant. Weaver, G. N. 

That troublesome Christmas present. 
Curtis, A. 

That worthless fellow Platinov. Chekhov, 
A. 

That's gratitude! Craven, F. 

Theatre of the soul. Evreinov, N. N. 

Their appointed rounds. Yerkes, R. G. 

Theme song for the married. Kirk- 
patrick, J. A. 

There are crimes and crimes. Strind- 
berg, J. A. 

There's always Juliet. Van Druten, J. 

These fathers! Hodson, J. L. 

These my brethren. Stayton, G. B. 

These pretty things. Jennings, G. E, 

Thespis. Gilbert, W. S. 

They clean the attic. Ritchey, B. M. 

They knew what they wanted. Howard, 
S. 

They refuse to be resurrected. Smith, 
N. K. 

They shall not die. Wexley, J. 

Thing. Wilde, P. 

Things. O'Ryan, A. W. 

Things is that-a-way. Conkle, E. P. 

Things that count. Eyre, L. 

Things we want to know. Titheradge, D. 

Third angle. Ryerson, F. 

Third floor front. Larrimore, L. 

Third leg. See Wilson, A. Company's 

coming 
Third little show. Coward, N. P. and 

others 
Third time lucky. Ridley, A. 
Thirst. Bell, J. J. 
Thirteen eighty one. Chandler, W. 
Thirteen o'clock. Thorne, A. 
Thirty minutes in a street. Mayor, B. 
This is New York. Sherwood, R. E. 
This is so sudden! Janney, S. 
This thing called love. Burke, E. 
This was a man. Coward, N. P. 
This woman business. Levy, B. W. 
Three cans of beans. Erskine, L. Y. 
Three flats. Muggeridge, M. 
Three men of Gotham. Fool, T. 
Three musketeers. Hamilton, H. 
Three of a different kind. Welff, E. 
Three players, a fop and a duchess. 

Hughes, B. 
Three sisters. Chekhov, A. P. 
Three spinners. Frank, F. K. 
Three strangers (T. Hardy). Hartley, R. 

E. and Power, C. M. 
Three taps at twelve. Saunders, A. 
Three Thanksgivings. Vilas, F. Van V. 



Three waj^farers. Hardy, T. 

Three weddings of a hunchback. Bor- 
soak, M. 

Three women. Dearden, H. 

Threshold. McCauley, C. V. 

Thrice promised bride. Cheng-Chin 
Hsuing 

Thunderbolt. Pinero, A. W. 

Thunderstorm. Ostrovskii, A. N. 

Thursday evening. Morley, C. 

Ti Yette. Mathews, J. 

Tickless time. Glaspell, S. and Cook, G. 
C. 

Tidings brought to Mary. Claudel, P. 

Tidings of joy. McFadden, E. 

Tie that binds. Cornelius, O. F. 

T'ien Jung and the eight immortals. 
Olcott, V. 

Till the day I die. Odets, C. 

Timber. MacKaye, P. 

Time is a dream. Lenormand, H. R. 

Time is money. Bell, F. E. E. and Cecil, 
A. 

Time-servers. Housman, L. 

Time's fool. Berman, H. 

Tin soldier and the paper dancer. Magre, 
M. 

Tinker. Eastman, F. 

Tinker's wedding. Synge, J. M. 

To Damascus. Strindberg, A. 

To have the honour. See Milne, A.A. 
To meet the Prince 

To meet the prince. Milne, A. A. 

To see ourselves. Delafield, E. M. 

To the ladies. Kaufman, G. S. and 

Connelly, M. C. 
To the rescue on Christmas Eve. Curtis. 

A. 
Toad of Toad Hall. Milne, A. A. 
Tobacco evil. Chekhov, A. P. 
Tobacco road. Kirkland, J. 
Tobias and the angel. Alavor, O. H. 
To-day is Friday. Hemingway, E. 
Tolstoy. Stevens, H. B. 
Tom Sawyer. Kester, P. 
Tommy. Lindsay, H. and Howard, B. 
To-morrow. Fernald, C. B. 
Tomorrow. Hulley, L. 
Tomorrow and tomorrow. Barry, P. 
Tongues of men. Carpenter, E. C. 
Tonight we improvise. Pirandello, L. 
Too many cooks. Craven, F. 
Too much crime. Willis, R. 
Too much family. Delf, H. 
Too true to be good. Shaw, G. B. 
Torch song. .Nicholson, K. 
Touch-down. Short, M. 
Touchstone. Clements, C. C. 
Tourists accommodated. Fisher, D. F. C. 
Toussaint L'Overture. Hill, L. P. 
Towie castle. Bottomley, G. 
Town. Baumer, M. 
Town Hall — tonight. Reed, H. 
Traffic signals. Drummond, A. M. 
Tragedy in Upper Wallop. Constanduros^ 

M. 
Tragedy of Josephine. Brooks, C. S. 
Tragic fugue. Heckscher, M. jr. 
Tragic muse. Griffith, H. F. 
Trains. Mellon, E. E. 
Traitor. Wilde, P. 



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INDEX TO PLAYS 



Transit of Venus. Harwood, H. M. 

Translated. Wilcox, G. 

Translation of John Snaith. Cooke, B. 

Trap. Gerstenberg, A. 

Trap doors. Kreymborg, A. 

Traveller returns. Ashton, W. 

Travelling man. Gregory, I. A. 

Tread the green grass. Green, P. 

Treasure. Mackay, I. E. 

Treasure chest. Thorp, J. 

Treasure Island. Goodman, J. E. 

Treasure ship. Maclntyre, J. 

Treasure trove. Beith, J. H. 

Tree of life. Bates, E. W. 

Tree of memory. Moses, G. C. 

Trelawny of the "Wells." Pinero, A. W. 

Trespasser. Reid, L. 

Tress of hair. Marks, J. A. 

Trial by jury. Gilbert, W. S. 

Trial of Jeanne d'Arc. Garnett, E. 

Trial of Mary Dugan. Veiller, B. 

Tribal chief. Edmonds, R. 

Trifles. Glaspell, S. 

Tristan and Isolt. Masefield, J. 

Triumph of Mary. Hoffman, P. 

Troll and the toll bridge. Hickenlooper, 

M. 
Tropics. Montague, C. M. 
Trouble factory. Blom, E. 
Trouble with the Christmas presents. 

Hamlin, M. P. 
Troupers. Ingersoll, P. G. 
Truants. Coleby, W. T. 
True likeness. Pakington, M. A. 
Truth about Blayds. Milne, A. 
Truth game. Novello, I. 
Truth suspected. Alarcon, D. J. R. de 
Trysting place. Tarkington, B. 
Tuberoses. Dane, E. 
Tulip and camellia. Firkins, O. W. 
Tune of a tune. Totheroh, D. 
Tunnel trench. Griffith, H. F. 
Turkey girl. Williams, S. M. 
Turkish ambassador. Kotzebue, A. F. F. 

von 
Turn of a hair. Hoffman, P. 
Turnpikes in Arcady. Firkins, O. W. 
'Tw^as ever thus. Ehrlich, I. L. 
'Twas well done and quickly. McDermott, 

J- F- . 
Twelfth night festivities. Knox, E. L. 

Twelve before three. Ahearn, T. J. 

Twelve-pound look. Barrie, J. M. 

Twelve thousand. Frank, fi. 

Twenty below. Nichols, R. M. B. and 

Tully, J. 
Twenty-five. See Gregory, I. A. On 

the race course 
Twilight of the moon. Going, C. B. 
Twilight saint. Young, S. 
Twin beds. Mayo, M. and Field, S. 
Twisting of the rope. Hyde, D. 
Two and sixpence. See Eyre, Laurence. 

Merry wives of Gotham; or. Two and 

sixpence 
Two gentlemen of Soho. Herbert, A. P. 
Two girls wanted. Unger, G. B. 
Two great ' men, and one small boy. 

Firkins. O. W. 
Two Mr. Wetherbys. Hankin, St. J. 
Two of them (J. M. Barrie). Hartley, 

R. E. and Power, C. M. 



Two passengers for Chelsea. Firkins, O. 

W. 
Two Pierrots, or The white supper. 

Rostand, E. 
Two plum puddings. Clements, C. 
Two plus two. Aldis, M. 
Two races. Burke, I. 
Two shepherds. Martinez Sierra, G. 
Two slaps in the face. Molnar, F. 
2X2=5. Wied, G. 
Two too many. Mackay, I. E. 
Two weeks off. Nicholson, K. and Bar- 
rows, T. 
Two white arms. Dearden, H. 
Tyl Ulenspiegel. See Dukes, A. Ulen- 

spiegel 
Tyler's insurrection, 1381 

Chandler, W. Thirteen eighty one 
Ulenspiegel. Dukes, A. 
Ulysses 

White, C. R. Group of plays about 

Ulysses and the Greeks 
Unbeliever. Hughes, J. H. 
Unbidden guest. Firkins, O. W. 
Unchastened woman. Anspacher, L. K. 
Uncle Anyhow. Sutro, A. 
Uncle Jimmy. Gale, Z. 
Uncle Tom's cabin. Thomas, A. E. 
Uncle Vanya. Chekhov, A. P. 
Uncle's been dreaming. Vollmoeller, K. 
Under fire. Housman, L. 
Under the oak. Wight, D. 
Undercurrent. Ehlert, Mrs. F. 
Underground. Newman, B. W. 
Understudy. Tracy, H. E. H. 
Undertones. Hoffman, P. 
Undying prince. Firkins, O. W. 
Unfair sex. Hudson, E. 
Unknown dead 

Gribble, H. W. Message 
Unknown hand. Bax, C. 
Unknown star. Paull, H. M. 
Unknown warrior. Raynal, P. 
Unknown woman. Firkins, O. W. 
Unpardonable sin. Molnar, F. 
Unquiet spirit. Bernard, J. J. 
Unruly member. Heath, C. 
Unseen. Gerstenberg, A. 
Unseen host. Wilde, P. 
Unto such glory. Green, P. 
Up pops the devil. Hackett, A. and 

Goodrich, F. 
Up the road. Lloyd, R. E. 
Uplifting Sadie. Riley, A. C. 
Ups and downs from revue. Titheradge, 

D. 
Upstage. Gerstenberg, A. 
Uriel Acosta. Reznikoff, C. 
Utopia, limited; or, The flowers of progress. 

Gilbert, W. S. 
Valentines. Riley, A. C. 
Valiant. Hall, H. and Middlemass, R. 
Valley Forge. Anderson, M. 
Valley Forge. Hulley, L. 
Vanishing princess. Golden, J. 
Varnishing day. Pohl, F. J. 
Veil. Rodenbach, G. 
Venetian. Bax, C. 

Vengeance of Hello-Hello. Hughes, G. 
Vengeance of the gang. Gow, R. 
Verdict of the people. Biddle, F. A. 



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121 



Versailles. Ludwig, E. 
Versailles treaty 

Rideout, R. Goin' home 
Very devil. Titheradge, D. 
Vespers. Meadon, J. 
Vestiges. Berman, H. 
Vicious circle. Pain, Mrs. P. 
Victoria. Norris, K. 
La vie parisienne. Herbert, A. P. and 

Davies-Adams, A. 
Vignette. Wilde, P. 
Villa for sale. Guitry, S. 
Village industries. Roberts, C. 
Village wooing. Shawr, G. B. 
Villon, Frangois 

Lewis, D. B. W. At the Mule 
Vindication. Hines, L. J. and King, F. 
Vinegar tree. Osborn, P. 
Violet. Molnar, F. 
Violin. Titheradge, D. 
Virgin goddess. Besier, R. 
Virginia's husband. Kilpatrick, F. A. 
Vise. Pirandello, L. 
Visit. Pryce, R. 
Visitor. Arlett, V. I. 
Visitors. Frank, F. K. 
Vivandiere. Gilbert, W. S. 
Voice of Montezuma. Kingsbury, S. R. 
Voice said "Good night." Pertwee, R. 
Volcanic island. Bax, C. 
Volpone (Ben Jonson's). Zweig, S. 
Vortex. Coward, N. P. 
Wagner, Richard 

Cooke, J. F. Scenes from the life of 
Richard Wagner 
Waif. Grimball, E. B. 
Waiting for Lefty. Odets, C. 
Waiting-room. Housman, L. 
Wake up, Jonathan. Hughes, H. and 

Rice, E. L. 
Wakeiield, a folk-masque of America. 

MacKaye, P. 
Walled-up window. Kotzebue, A. F. F. 

von 
Walls of Jericho. Sutro, A. 
Wandering scholar. Bax, C. 
Wanderlust. Halvey, P. 
Wanderlust. Nicholson, K. 
Wanted — money. Ford, H. and Tucker, 

A. S. 
War 

Drinkwater, J. God of quiet 
Hamlin, M. P. Burnt offering 
Wilde, P. Unseen host 
War is war. Archer, W. 
Warming pan. Jacobs, W. W. 
Warren Hastings. Feuchtwanger, L. 
Warren Hastings. Peacey, H. 
Warrior's husband. Thompson, J. F. 
Warter-wucks. Conkle, E. P. 
Washington, George 

Johnson, T. ed. Plays about Wash- 
ington, q. V. 
Wight, Delano. Colonel Washington 
Washington and Betsy Ross. MacKaye, 

P. 
Washington marches on. Price, O. M. 
Washington, the statesman. Gue, B. W. 
Washington's Birthday 

Burgess, K. S. God winks 



Wasp's nest. Matthews, A. and Stanley, 

M. 
Waste. Granville-Barker, H. 
Wasted lives. Lezama, A. de and 

Meneses, E. de 
Wat Tyler. Glover, H. 
Watch and the almond tart. Kotzebue, 

A. F. F. von 
Watch your step. Savage, G. M. and 

Peltret, E. 
Watched pot (The mistress of Briony). 

Munro, H. H. 
Water babies. Gerstenberg, A. 
Waterloo bridge. Sherwood, R. E. 
Watt, James 

Dunsany, E. Evil kettle 
Wave and the flame. Firkins, O. W. 
Wave lengths. Peach, L. du G. 
Way; a Christmas pageant of peace. 

Rockwell, E. G. 
Way down upon the Swanee river. 

George, C. 
Way of an angel. Gregson, J. R. 
Way of attainment. Creagh-Henry, M. 
Way out. Frost, R. 
Way the money goes. Bell, F. E. E. 
Way to be loved. See Rostand, M. He 

who did not kill; or. The way to be 

loved 
Way to treat a woman. Hackett, W. 
We Americans. Gropper, M. H. and 

Siegel, M. 
We are not amused. Housman, L. 
We dine at the colonel's. Sand, M. 
We, the people. Rice, E. L. 
Weakest link. Ranck, E. C. 
Weakness for nurses. Strachan, E. H. 
Weal of Wayland's well. Dix, B. M. 
Weather breeder. Denison, M. 
Weather clerk. Fyleman, R. 
Weatherwise. Coward, N. 
Weaver of dreams. Girette, M. 
Wedding. Chekhov, A. P. 
Wedding. Kirkpatrick, J. 
Wedding presents. Rogers, J. W. jr. 
Wedding rehearsal. Farrar, J. 
Wednesday's child. Atlas, L. 
Wee Willie Winkie (R. Kipling). Hartley, 

R. E. and Power, C. M. 
Welcome to the old town. Scribner, E. 
Well-remembered voice. Barrie, J. M. 
Welsh honeymoon. Marks, J. A. 
Welsh people 

Francis, J. O. See author entry 
West of Omaha. Butler, W. B. 
West o' the AUeghanies. Price, O. M. 
What are parents for? Ford, H. 
What becomes of it. Jordan, E. B. 
What every woman knows. Barrie, J. M. 
What imagination will do. Ford, H. 
What men live by. Church, V. 
What never dies. Wilde, P. 
What price glory. Anderson, M. 
What really happened. Lowndes, M. A. 

B. 
What the Shining Star club did at Christ- 
mas. Curtis, A. 
What's bred in the bone. Brighouse, H. 
When a man wanders. Harris, H. H. 
When did they meet again? Brighouse, 

H. 



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When Irish eyes are smiling. Schimmel, 

R. C, 
When knighthood was in flower. Kester, 

P. 
When ladies meet. Crothers, R. 
When the dawn is come. MacDonagh, T. 
When the horns blow. Van der Veer, E. 
When the ship goes down. McGuire, H. 
When the whirlwind blows. Dane, E. 
When toys talk. Robertson, M. F. 
When vour ship comes in. Carpenter, 

E. C. 

When's your birthday? Rouverol, A. 
Where ignorance is bliss. See Molnar, 

F. Guardsman 

Where innocence is bliss. Stanley, M. M. 
and Matthews, A. 

Where the cross is made. O'Neill, E. 

Where's Peter? Loring, E. 

While shepherds watch. Peach, L. du 
G. 

While the mushrooms bubble. Totheroh, 
D. 

Whipped cream. Davidson, M. L. 

Whispering pines. Schimmel, R. C. 

White asters. Price, O. M. 

White blackbird. Robinson, L. 

White carnations. Booth, H. 

White chateau. Berkeley, R. C. 

White cloud. Afolnar, F. 

White collars. Ellis, E. 

White dresses. Green, P. 

White hawk. Kemp, H. 

White jasmine. Talbot, A. J. 

White supper. See Rostand, E. Two 
Pierrot's, or The white supper 

White wings. Barry, P. 

Whiteheaded boy. Robinson, L. 

Whittle. Hughes, G. 

Who am I? Pierce, C. W. 

Who killed me? Chantel, L. 

Who won the war? Mechem, K. 

Who's boss? Toler, S. 

Whose money? Dickson, L. and Hick- 
son, L. M. 

Why be lonely? Lowndes, M. A. B. and 

F. S. A. 
Why marry? Williams, J. L. 
Why the bachelor? McOwen, B. J. 
Why the chimes rang. McFadden, E. A. 
Wicked uncles. Housman, L. 
Widdy's mite. Totheroh, D. 
Widow. Bottomley, G. 
Widow by proxy. Gushing, C. C. 
Widow of Wasdale Head. Pinero, A. 
Widower's houses. Shaw, G. B. 
Widow's eyes. Alvarez Quintero, S. and J. 
Widow's third. Hulley, L. 
Widow's wiles. Callaway, E. H. 
Wife to a famous man. Martinez Sierra, 

G. 
Wild boar. O'Brien, S. 
Wild Decembers. Ashton, W. 
Wild Westcotts. Morrison, A. 
Wilde, Oscar 

Cohen, L. Oscar Wilde 
Will. Barrie, J. M. 
Will Shakespeare. Ashton, W. 



Willow-plate. Ryerson, F. and Clements, 

C. 
Willow tree. Benrimo, J. H. and Rhodes, 

H. G. 
Wills and ways. Glover, H. 
Wilson, Woodrow 

Ashton, W. Adam's opera 
Wily one. Monkhouse, A. 
Wind and the rain. Hodge, M. 
Wind in the south. Staadt, E. 
Wind o' the moon. Peach, L. du G. 
Windblown. Harris, F. M. 
Windows. Galsworthy, J. 
Wings. Peabody, J. P. 
Wings over Europe. Nichols, R. M. B. 

and Browne, M. 
Winners all. Ehrlich, I. L. 
' Winterfeast. Kennedy, C. R. 
Winter's night. Boyce, N. 
Wireless and sich-like. Hyde, F. A. 
Wireless can't lie. Brighouse, H. and 

Walton, J. 
Wisdom tooth. Connelly, M. C. 
Wisdom tooth. Thrush, A. 
Wise fool. Hulley, L. 
Wish shop. Brighouse, H. 
Wishing-moon. Brown, A. F. 
Witch. Molnar, F. 
Witchcraft 

Price, O. M. Lantern light 
Witch's daughter. Brighouse, H. 
With all John's love. Lowndes, M. A. B. 
Within the gates. O'Casey, S. 
Wolf at the door. Hanlon, D. E. 
Wolf of Gubbio. Peabody, J. P. 
Wollstonecraft, Mary 

Peabody, J. P. Portrait of Mrs. W. 
Woman. Kosor, J. 
Woman at the well. Hullej^ L. 
Woman forgives. Nicholson, K. 
Woman from the voe. Bottomley, G. 
Woman of it. Andreas, E. 
Woman of no importance. Wilde, O. 
Woman of Paris. See Beaque, H. La 

Parisienne 
Woman proposes. Housman, L. 
Woman who understood men. Kirk- 

patrick, J. 
Woman's honor. Glaspell, S. 
Women do things like that. Brighouse, 

H. and Walton, J. 
Women-folks. Kirkpatrick, J. A. 
Women folks. Rogers, J. W. 
Women have their way. Alvarez Quin- 
tero, S. and J. 
Women's town. See Alvarez Quintero, 

S. and J. Women have their way 
Wonder watch of the Jura. Olcott, V. 
Wonderful tourist. Sladen-Smith, F. 
Wonderful Zoo. Sladen-Smith, F. 
Wooden kimono. Floyd, J. 
Wooden leg. Dane, E. 
Woolly lamb of God. Bond, F. F. 
Words and music. Nicholson, K. 
Workers at the loom. Dane, E. 
Workhouse ward. Gregory, L A. 
World of light. Huxley, A. L. 



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World War 

Harnwell, A. J. and Meaker, I. J. Knife 

Pilcher, V. Searcher 

Price, O. M. White asters 

Raynal, P. Unknown warrior 

Roberts, C. E. B. and Forester, C. S. 
Nurse Cavell 

Sherriff, R. C. Journey's end 

Wilde, P. Mothers of men 
World we live in. Capek, J. and K. 
Worm. Loving, B. 
Worship the Nativity. Farrar, J. C. 
Would-be-gentleman. Gregory, I. A. 
Wozzeck. Biichner, G. 
Written on foolscap. Titheradge, D. 
Wrong door. Housman, L. 
Wurzel-Flummery. Milne, A. A. 
X-O: a night of the Trojan war. Drink- 
water, J. 
Xanthippe and Socrates. Baring, M. 
Yella. McGuire, H. 
Yellow fever 

Howard, S. C. Yellow jack 
Yellow jack. Howard, S. C. 
Yellow sands. Phillpotts, E. and A. E. 
Yeoman of the guard; or, The merryman 

and his maid. Gilbert, W. S. 
Yes and no. Bates, A. 
Yes, yes! go on. Andreas, E. and Hurrie, 
J. 



Yesterday. Macnamara, M. 

Yesterday's roses. Larrimore, L. 

Yolanda of Cyprus. Rice, C. Y. 

You and I. Barry, P. 

You never can tell. Shaw, G. B. 

Young Hale of Connecticut. Price, O. M. 

Young idea. Coward, N. P. 

Young Leonardo. Tuttle, R. C. 

Young love. Roberts, C. 

Young man and husband. Schnitzler, A. 

Young man and the young wife. Schnitz- 
ler, A. 

Young man with the cream tarts (R. L. 
Stevenson). Hartley, R. E. and 
Power, C. M. 

Young Washington at Mt. Vernon. Mac- 
Kaye, P. 

Young Woodley. Van Druten, J. 

Your kind indulgence. Farjeon, H. 

Your Uncle Dudley. Lindsay, H. and 
Robinson, B. 

Your uncle Dudley. Paulton, E. 

Yours unfaithfully. Malleson, M. 

Youth disposes. Gregson, J. R. 

Youth's highway. Mackay, C. D'A. 

Zara the great. Titheradge, D. 

Zee-Zee. Murray, A. 

Zombi. Scott, N. V. 

Zoo. Arlen, M. and Smith, W. 



APPENDIXES 



APPENDIX A 



BOOKS BY ONE AUTHOR CONTAINING MORE THAN ONE PLAY 

NoiE. — Single plays are not entered in this list. Full bibliographical information in regard to them 
may be found in the Author Index. 



Alehin, Alexander Fedor 

First sins and other one-act plays. Boston 
Expression Co. ci9.27 12" gsp 
Alvarez Quintero, Serafin and Alvarez Quintero, 
Joaquin 
Four comedies ... in English versions by Helen 
and Harley Granville-Barker. N.Y. French 
1932 12° 311P 
Four plays ... in English versions by Helen 
and Harley Granville-Barker. London Sidg- 
wick 1927 12° 
Anderson, Lee 

Ten one act plays. N.Y. McKee 1928 194P 
Anderson, Maxwell and Hickerson, Harold 

Gods of the lightning. . . Outside looking in. 
N.Y. Longmans 1928 12° 187P 
Andreas, Eulalie 

Four one-act comedies. Hollywood, Cal. Play- 
worker's studio [1924J 12° Sop 
Archer, William 

Three plays, . . . with a personal note by Bernard 
Shaw. London Constable 11927J 8° 268p 
Ashton, Winifred 

Recapture, a Clemence Dane (pseud) omnibus. 
London Heinemann 1932 12° 1283P 
Atlas, Leopold 

Wednesday's child and House we live in; two 
plays. N.Y. French 1934 12° 2S0P 
Barrie, Sir James Matthew 

Plays of J. M. Barrie, in one volume. N.Y. 

Scribner 1929 8° 87]p 
Shall we join the ladies? London Hodder 
1929 12° I28p 
Bax Clifford 

Twelve short plays, serious and comic. London 

Gollancz I932' 12° 256P 
Valiant ladies, three new plays. . . iLondonj 
Gollancz 1931 12° 320P 
Beck, Warren 

Six little theatre plays. Boston Baker [C19311 
12° 191P 
Behrman, Samuel N. 

Three plays. . . N.Y. Farrar cig34 12° i^?p 
Belasco, David ^ ^^^' 

Six plays: Madame Butterfly, DuBarry, The dar- 
ling of the gods, Adrea, The girl of the golden 
West; The return of Peter Grimm. . . Bos- 
ton Little 1928 8° 503P 
Bell, Florence E. E. 

Four short plays. London Humphreys 1922 12° 
I04P 
Bennett, Arnold 

Three plays. London Chatto 193 1 12° 117 
148, I79P 
Berman, Henry 

Life demands! and other plays. N.Y. Brentano's 
1931 12° 362P 
Biddle, (Frederick) Arnold 

Two plays. N.Y. Macmillan 1933 62P 
Binyon, Lawrence 

Three short plays. . . London Sidgwick 1930 
12° 46p 
Bottomley, Gordon 

Lyric plays. N.Y. Macmillan 1932 12° i66p 

A parting and The return. N.Y. Macmillan 1928 

12 20P 

Scenes and plays. N.Y. Macmillan 1929 8° 1220 
Brandane, John, pseud. See Uaclntyre, John 
Bndie, James, pseud. See Mavor, Osborne Henry 
Brrghouse, Harold 

Broiry,^AIter"- ^-^'^ ^''"'^ '"'^" ''° '"P 
Lamentations; four folkplays of the American 
Jew. . . N.\. Coward-McCann 1928 8° 89P 
Brooks, Charles Stephen 

^''IF^^' -cP^ Josephine, and other one-act plays. 
W.^. Harcourt 1931 12° 2i7p 
Brown, Abbie Farwell 

^^H^''\.^"'^ °'^"„„P'^ys for children. Boston 
Houghton 1928 8° 152P 



Buchner, Georg 

Plays of Georg Buchner with an introduction by 
Geoffrey Dunlop. N.Y. Viking press 1928 
12° 274P 
Chekhov, A. P. 

Plays of Anton Tchekov; tr. by Constance Gar- 
nett. . . N.Y. Modern library [I930j 12° 30op 
Conkle, E. P. 

Crick Botton plays; five mid-western sketches. 
N.Y. French 1928 12° 99P 
Coward, Noel Pierce 

Bitter sweet and other plays. . . Garden City, 

N.Y. Doubleday 1929 8° 314P 
Collected sketches and lyrics, (jarden City, N.Y. 

Doubleday 1932 8° 270P 
Home chat. Sirocco, [and] "This was a man"; 
three plays with a preface. London Seeker 
1928 8° 271P 
Play parade. Garden City, N.Y. Doubleday 1933 

8° 576P 
Plays of Noel Coward. First series. . . Garden 
City, N.Y. Doubleday 1928 8° 266p 
Curtis, Agnes 

Christmas comedies; a collection of one-act Christ- 
mas plays for teen-age young people. 
Chicago Denison C1927 12° i68p 
Dearden, Harold 

Three short plays. London Heinemann 1927 12° 
69P 
De la Roche, Maze 

Low life and other plays. Boston Little 1929 12° 
I09P 
Dix, Beulah M. 

Legend of Saint Nicholas and other plays. N.Y. 
French [C1927J 12° 266p 
Dos Passes, John 

Three plays. N.Y. Harcourt 1934 12° 298P 
Dukes, Ashley 

Five plays of other times. . . London Benn ig-ji 

go 

Dunsany, Lord Edward 

Seven modern comedies. N.Y. Putnam 1928 
12° I26p 

Eastman, Fred 

Plays of American life. N.Y. French 1934 8° 
^S8p 
Edmonds, Randolph 

Shades and shadows. Boston Meador 1930 8° 
171P 
Ervlne, St. John Greer 

Four one-act plays. . . N.Y. Macmillan 1928 
12° 95P 
Farjeon, Herbert 

Happy New Year, a hard-hearted revue sketch 
in one act, and Your kind indulgence, a 
sketch in one act. London French IC1929] 
12° 2ip 
Farrar, John Chipman 

Indoor and outdoor plays for children, including 

The Magic sea shell. . . N.Y. Noble [C1933) 

12° 20ip. Published in 1923 under title: 

Magic sea shell and other plays for children 

Feuchtwanger, Lion 

Two Anglo-Saxon plays: The Oil Islands. Warren 
Hastings. . . tr. by Willa and Edwin Muir. 
N.Y. Viking 1928 12° 241P 
Field, Rachel Lyman 

Cross-stitch heart, and other plays. N.Y. Scrib- 
ner 1927 12° I77P 
Patchwork plays. . . Garden City, N.Y. Double- 
day 1930 12° I39P 
Firkins, Oscar W. 

Bride of quietness, and other plays. Minneapolis. 

University of Minnesota press 1C19321 12° 241P 

Revealing moment, and other plays. Minneapolis. 

University of Minnesota press 1C1932J 12° 302p 

Two passengers for Chelsea, and other plays. 

N.Y. Longmans 1928 8° 300P 

Fitzhugh, Carroll 

Mon ami Pierrot, and other jlays. Boston Hough- 
ton 1928 8° 255P 



128 



INDEX TO PLAYS 



Folmsbee, B. 

Guki the moon boy, and other plays. . . N.Y. 
Harcourt [C1928] 8° 155P 
Frank, F. K. 

Three plays for a children's theatre. . . N.Y. 
Vinal 1926 12" I28p 
Fyleman, Rose 

Eight little plays for children. N.Y. Doran [C19251 
8° 94P 
Galsworthy, John 

Plays. London Duckworth 1929 8° 1150P 
Plays. N.Y. Scribner 1928 8° 698P 
Plays: seventh series: Escape, Exiled, The roof. 
London Duckworth [1930J 12" 100, 118, 129P 
Gannett, Edward 

Trial of Jeanne d'Arc, and other plays; with a 
foreword by John Galsworthy. N.Y. Viking 

1931 12° 304P 
Geddes, Virgil 

Earth between and Behind the night, two plays. . . 

N.Y. French 1930 12° 226P 
Four comedies from the life of George Emery 

Blum. Brookfield, Conn. Brookfield Players 

1934 8° i66p 
Native ground; a cycle of plays. N.Y. French 

1932 12° 170P 
Gerstenberg, Alice 

Comedies all; short plays. N.Y. Longmans 1930 

12° 238P 
Gilbert, Sir William Schwenck 

Best known works of W. S. Gilbert. . . N.Y. 

Illustrated Editions Co. (C1932J 8° 232P 
Mikado, and other operas, with an introduction 

by Walter Prichard Eaton. N.Y. MacmiUan 

1929 12° 205P 

New and original extravaganzas. . . Edited by 

Isaac Goldberg. Boston Luce [1931J 12° i8op 
Plays and poems of W. S. Gilbert with a preface 

by Deems Taylor. . . N.Y. Random House 

1932 12° I2l8p 
Savoy operas, being the complete text of the 

Gilbert and Sullivan operas as originally pro- 
duced in the years 1875-1896. . . London 

Macmillan 1927 12° 698? 
Glaspell, Susan 

Trifles, and six other short plays (two of them 

written in collaboration with George Cram 

Cook). London Benn 1926 12° isop 
Glover, Halcott 

Three comedies. . . London Routledge 1928 12° 

256P 
Wat Tyler, and other plays. N.Y. Viking 1927 

12° 341P 
Gog6l, Nikolai Vasile'vich 

The gamblers, and Marriage; tr. by Alexander 

Berkman. N.Y. Macauley Co. [C1927J 8° 2iop 
Government inspector, and other plays; tr. by 

Constance Garnett. N.Y: Knopf 1927 8° 288p 
Green, Paul ► ' ■ ' ' ,^.r-..jC.'{ -. ' 

House of Connelly and other plays. . . N.Y. 

French 1931 8° 3o8p 
In the valley, and other Carolina plays. N.Y. 

French 1928 8° 3o8p 
Lord's will, and other Carolina plays. . . N.Y. 

Holt 1925 12° xiii,264p 
Gregory, Lady Isabella Augusta 

Three last plays. N.Y. Putnam 1928 12° 280P 
Gregson, James R. 

The way of an angel, and other plays. London 

Schofield C1928 12° 144P 
Hankin, St. J. 

Dramatic sequels. N.Y. Minton 1926 12° 193P 
Hartley, Roland English and Power, Caroline 

Marguerite 
Short plays from great stories. N.Y. Macmillan 

1928 12° 230P 
Hemingway, Ernest 

Men without women. N.Y. Scribner 1927 12° 

232P [all are stories except Today is Fridayj 
H«rne, James A. 

Shore Acres and other plays. N.Y. French 1928 

12° 
Hodge, Willram Thomas 

Plays, N.Y. French 1928 12° 2V 
Housman, Laurence 

Comments of Juniper; six plays from the life 

and legend of St. Francis of Assisi. . . Lon- 
don Sidgwick 1926 12° 99P 
Palace plays. London Cape [1930] 12° 125P 
Queen's progress. Palace plays (second series). 

London Sape [19321 12° i6op 
Victoria and Albert. Palace plays (third series). 

London Cape C1933 12° igip 
Ways and means; five one-act plays of village 

characters. London Deane n.d. 12° [72p] 



Ye fearful saints! Plays of creed, custom and 
credulity. London Sidgwick [1932] 12" 157P 
Howard de Walden, Thomas Evelyn Scott- Ellis 

Five pantomimes. London E. Mathews 2930 &'' 

202P 

Hughes, Glenn 

New plays for mummers; ten dramatic burlesques. 
Seattle University of Washington Bookstore 
8^ 162P 
Hughes, Richard Arthur Warren 

Sisters' tragedy, and three other plays. London 
Heinemann 1924 12° IS9P 
Hulley, Lincoln 

Dramas, in twenty volumes. Copyrighted by 
Lincoln Hulley. 1934. E. O. Painter printing 
CO. Deland, Fla. 
Jagendorf, M. A. 

Pantomimes for the children's theatre. . . N.Y. 
Brentano's [C1926] 8" 239P 
Johnson, Philip 

Four plays; with a foreword by William Arm- 
strong. London Benn C1929 228p 
Johnston, Denis 

Moon in the yellow river, and The old lady says 
"No!"; two plays. . . London Cape [1932] 12° 
272P 
Joseph, Helen (Haiman) 

All Baba, and other plays for young people and 
puppets. . . N.Y. Harcourt [C1927] 12° isop 
Kaye-Smith, Sheila 

Saints in Sussex; poems and plays. N.Y. Dutton 
[1927J 8° I35P 
Kaye-Smlth, Sheila and Hampden, John 

Mrs. Adis, a tragedy in one act; with The mock- 
beggar, a comedy in one act. London. Nelson. 
(C19291. 12°. 52p. 
Kennedy, Charles Rann 

Repertory of plays for a company of seven play- 
ers and two short plays for smaller casts. 
Chicago Univ. of Chicago Press 1930 8° 
698P 
Repertory of plays for a company of three play- 
ers. . . Chicago Univ. of Chicago Press 
[C1927] 8° 183P 
Repertory of plays for a company of three play- 
ers. V. 2 . . . Chicago. Univ. of Chicago 
Press [C1933] 8° 219P 
Lawson, John Howard 

With a reckless preface; two plays. . . N.Y. 
Farrar 1934 12° 22ip 
Lenormand, Henry Rene 

Three plays. . . London Gollancz 1928 12° 36op 
Levy, B. W. 

Art and Mrs. Bottle; and Mrs. Moonlight. N.Y. 
French 1932 12° 230P 
Lloyd, R. E. 

Two African plays. N.Y. Longmans 1932 184P 
McFadden, Elizabeth Apthorp 

Why the chimes rang and other plays for church 
and school. N.Y. French [1929J 8° 42P 
Maclntyre, John (John Brandane, pseud.) 

Glen is mine, and The lifting; two plays of the 

Hebrides. Boston Houghton [19- ?] 12° 236P 

Treasure ship, Rory aforesaid, and The happy 

war; three plays. Boston Houghton 1928 12" 

248P 

Mackay, Constance D'Arcy 

Youth's highway, and other plays for young 
people. N.Y. Holt C1929 12° 165P 
MacKaye, Percy 

Kentucky mountain fantasies: three short plays 
for an Appalachian theatre. N.Y. Longmans 
1928 8° I73P 
McMullen, J. C. 

Evening of plays for men. An evening's enter- 
tainment of four one-act plays to be pre- 
sented by an all male cast. Boston Baker 
[1930] 12° 5SP 
Marks. Jeannette Augustus 

Merry, merry cuckoo, and other Welsh plays. 
N.Y. Appleton 1927 12° 226p 
Martinez Sierra, Gregorio 

Cradle song and other plays in English versions 
with an introduction by John Garrett Underbill. 
N.Y. Dutton 1929 8° 241P 
Kingdom of God and other plays ... in English 
versions with an introduction by Helen and 
Harvey Granville-Barker. N.Y. Dutton 1929 
S" 297P 
Masters, Edgar Lee 

Gettysburg, Manila, Acoma. N.Y. Liveright 1930 

12" 219P 

Maugham, William Somerset 

Plays. London Heinemann igii 12° 2V 

- ->. ^ /f j/ ed'. 



INDEX TO PLAYS 



129 



Mavor, Osborne Henry (James Bridie, pseud.) 

Anatomist; Tobias and the angel; Amazed evan- 
gelist. London Constable 193 1 12" 2oop 
Switchback; Pardoner's tale; Sunlight Sonata. 
Three plays. London Constable 1931 12° I55P 
Mayor, Beatrice 

Four plays for children. Oxford Blackwell 1926 
12° 7ip 
Mellon, Evelyn Emig 

Two prize plays and four others, each in one act. 
Boston Baker 1929 12° 141P 
Milne, Alan Alexander 

Four plays. N.Y. Putnam 1932 12° 272P 
Molnar, Ferenc 

Plays of Ferenc Molnar with a foreword by David 

Belasco. N.Y. Macy-Masius C1929 8" 823P 
Plays of Molnar. English texts and introduction 
by Benjamin F. Glazer. London Jarrolds 

[1927] 8° 312P 
Moore, Frank Frankfort 

Kitty Clive, and other plays in one act. London 
Black 1929 12° I03P 
Munro, Hector Hugh (Saki, pseud.) 

Novels and plays of Saki. . . N.Y. Viking 1933 

12° 4S2P 
Square egg and other sketches with three plays. . . 
with a biography by his sister and an intro- 
duction by J. C. Squire. N.Y. Viking 12° 
276P 
Odets, Clifford 

Three plays: Awake and sing; Waiting for Lefty; 

Till the day I die. N.Y. Random House 1935 

12° ii4,S4,74p Also issued in 2 volumes pa. 

Waiting for Lefty, and Till the day I die. N.Y. 

Random House 1935 

Olcott, Virginia 

Household plays for young people. N.Y'. Dodd 

1928 12° 275P 
Industrial plays for young people. . . N.Y. 
Dodd 1927 12° 2S7P 
O'Neill, E. G. 

Nine plays, selected by the author. . . N.Y. 
Liveright 1932 8° 867P 
Peabody, Josephine Preston 

Collected plays of Josephine Preston Peabody 
(Mrs. Lionel S. Marks). . . Boston Houghton 
1927 8° 790P 
Peach, L. du Garde 

Ever ready plays; may be acted without a stage, 
scenery, memorizing or rehearsing. N.Y. French 
C1926 12° 53P 
More ever ready plays. . . N.Y. French C1926 
12° 46P 
Phillpotts, Eden 

Three short plays. London Duckworth [19281 
16° 87P 
Phillpotts, Eden and Phillpotts, Adelaide 

Devonshire plays. . . London Duckworth [ 19271 
12° 124, no, I43P 
Pirandello, Luigi 

One-act plays; ed. by Arthur Livingston. . . N.Y. 
Dutton 1928 12° 230P 
Pohl, Frederick Julius 

When things were new; nine plays. Brooklvn. 
N.Y. 1925 8° 2o6p 
Price, Olive M. 

Short plays from American history and litera- 
ture, v. I. N.Y. French 1925 12° 245P 
Short plays from American history and litera- 
ture. V. 2. N.Y. French 1928 257P 
Pride, Leo Bryan 

Shadow of the mine, and other plays of the coal- 
fields. N.Y. French 1929 12° i8ip 
Ratcliffe, Mrs. Dorothy Una (Clough) 

Blind man of Hiltune, and two other plays 
N.Y. French cig30 12° S3p 
Raymond, Sister Mary 

Easy plays for amateurs. Caldwell, N.J. Sisters 
of St. Dominic 1933 12° I23p 
Reznikoff, Charles 

Chatterton, The black death, and Meriwether 
Lewis; three plays. [New York?] C1022 12° 
44P 
Coral, and Captive Israel; two plays. [New York 
city. For sale at the Sunwise turn] ciQ2-i 12° 
4op 
Nine plays. N.Y. ReznikofJ [C19271 8° 113P 
Rice, Cale Young 

Selected plays and poems. London Hodder 
(C1926] 8° 786P 
Rice, E. E. 

Plays of Elmer Rice. . . London Gollancz 
1933 447P 



Riggs, Lynn 

Sump'n like wings, and A lantern to see by. 
N.Y. French 1928 12° 
Ring, Mrs. Lina Barbara 

Three plays under three flags. . . Boston Baker 
1928 12° II7P 

Robins, Gertrude 

Loving as we do, and other plays. London 
Laurie [1914?! 
Robinson, Lennox 

Plays. N.Y. Macmillan 1928 12" 4S5P 
White blackbird, and Portrait. Dublin Talbot 
press [1926] 12° i28p 
Rolland, Remain 

Plays of Romain Rolland. London Jarrolds 
[1927J 8° 252P 
Ryerson, Florence and Clements, Colin 

All on a summer's day, and six other short plays. 
N.Y. French 1928 12° 123P 
Saki, pseud. See Munro, Herbert Hugh 
Salaman, Dora Clement 

Tale of a cat and other plays. London G. Allen 
[1931] 12° 27, 32, 27, 30P 
Sand, Maurice 

Maurice Sand's plays for marionettes, translated 
by Babette and Glenn Hughes. N.Y. French 
1931 8° I03P 
Schnitzler, Arthur 

Hands around (Reigen). A cycle of ten dia- 
logues. N.Y. Privately printed for members of 
the Schnitzler Society. 1929 8° 223P 
Reigen, The affairs of Anatol and other plays. . . 
N.Y. Modern library 1933 3i6p 
Seller, Conrad 

Husband of Xanthippe, and other short plays. 
Boston Baker [C1929] 12° 144P 
Shaw, George Bernard 

Complete plays of Bernard Shaw. . . London 

Constable [C1931J 8° 1131P 
Short stories, scraps and shavings. N.Y. Dodd 

1934 12° 305P 
Too true to be good, Village wooing, and On 
the rocks. Three plays. N.Y. Dodd 1934 
12° 343P 
Translations and tomfooleries. N.Y. Brentano's 
1926 12° 276P 
Shiels, George 

Professor Tim, and Paul Twyning; comedies in 

three acts. London Macmillan 1927 12° 222P 

Two Irish plays: Mountain dew, a play in three 

acts and Cartney and Kevney, a comedy in 

three acts. . . London Macmillan 1930 12° 

222P 

Sowerby, Githa 

Little plays for little people. . . N.Y. Hodder 
[igii] 8° 9op 
Strindberg, August 

Easter and other plays. London Cape 1929 8° 

3S«P 
Lucky Peter's travels and other plays. London 

Cape [1930) 8° 319P 
Master Olof, and other plays. London Cape n.d. 
12° 3I9P 
Synge, John Miliington 

Plays. London G. Allen (1932] 35P 
Talbot, Francis X. 

Shining in darkness; dramas of the nativity and 
the resurrection. N.Y. Longmans 1932 12° 
I53P Pt. I. Born in Bethlehem. Pt. II. He 
is risen: Easter scenes 
Thompson, Edward John 

Plays and pageants. London Benn [1931] 12" 
I09P 
Thompson, Edward John and Thompson, Theo- 
dosia 
Three eastern plays, with a terminal essay on 
"Suttee" by Edward and Theodosia Thompson. 
London Allen [1927] 12° i28p 
Titheradge, Dion 

Behind the curtain. N.Y. French C1926 8° 8ip 
I^'om "Folly to be wise." N.Y. French C1931 



Written on foolscap. 
Totheroh, Dan 

One-act plays for everyone 

12° 2II5P 

Trevelyan, R. C. 

Three plays: Sulla, Fand, The pearl tree 
Woolf 1931 12° II9P 



N.Y. French C1933 8° 46P 
N.Y. French 193 1 

London 



130 INDEXTOPLAYS 

Weaver, Mrs. Gustine Nancy (Courson) Wilder, Thornton 

Hop-Run, and six other pageants. Cincinnati Angel that troubled the waters, and other plays. 

Powell & White 1927 12° gip N.Y. Coward-McCann 1928 8° 149P 

Wilde Percival Long Christmas dinner and other plays in one 

One-act plays of Percival Wilde. First series. ,.,.,,. ^'=f„. ^-Y. Coward-McCann 1931 8° I22p 

Ed. by J. W. Marriott. . . London Harrap Willis, Richard „„ _ ,„.,,. „ „ , 

rioiii 2720 ■^°"'' P'ay'ets. . . N.Y. R. Willis C1928 12° 69p 

Ten plays for little theatres. Boston Little 1931 ^ix playlets. . . N.Y. R. Willis ncig^Sn 12° logp 

12° 259P Yeates, Jack Butler 
Three minute plays: Innocentia, Musicalia, Im- Apparitions, three plays. London Cape [19331 

moralia. N.Y. Greenberg [C1927] 12° 157P 



APPENDIX B 

COLLECTIONS OF PLAYS BY MORE THAN ONE AUTHOR 



Baker, George Pierce, ed. 

Vale one-act plays. N.Y. French 1930 8° 204P 
Contents: 

Gnesin, M. Mistress 

Ruthcnburg, G. D. Han's Bulow's last puppet 
Humphrey, M. Immersion 
McGuire, H. Yella 
Conkle, E. P. Minnie Field 
Atlas, L. L. "L" 
Block, Etta, tr. 

One-act plays from the Yiddish. Second series 
. . . authorized translation by Etta Block. 
N.Y. Bloch 1929 12° 123P 
Contents: 

Hirschbein, P. Bebele 
Hirschbein, P. Lone worlds! 
Peretz, I. L. After the funeral 
Raisin, A. Brothers 
Bimko, F. Liars! 

Peretz, I. L. Of an early morning 
Peretz, I. L. Sisters 
Bourne, John, ed. 

8 new one-act plays for 1934. London Dickson 

C1934] 12° 2iip 
Contents: 

Bridie, J. Mrs. Waterbury's millennium 
Sladen-Smith, F. C. Happy death, ltd. 
Box, S. Fantastic flight 
Coates, D. Lonely of heart 
Grant, N. Hat trick 
Kallas, A. Bath-sheba of Saaremaa 
Popplewell, O. Pacifist 
Bourne, J. Black night 
8 new one-act plays of 1933. London Lovat Dickson 

C1933 12° i6op 
Contents: 

Bax, C. Quaker's 'cello 
Roberts, C. Last rib 
Box, S. Symphonie pathetique 
Sladen-Smith, F. Assyrian afternoon 
Thrush, A. Wisdom tooth 
Bourne, J. Puck's good deed for the day 
Hepworth, F. A. Queen Dick 
Coates, D. In our stars 
Eight new plays for boys and girls. London 

Dickson C19343 12° 184P 
Contents: 

Sladen-Smith, F. Wonderful tourist 
Gow, R. Miracle of Watling street 
Hsiung, S. I. Mencius was a bad boy 
Carter, M. Pedro the toreador 
Watts, B. Princess and the players 
Douglas, E. Green broom 
Pellerin, J. Forgotten room 
Bourne, J. Down the Crocus tunnel 
Campion, Cyril, 1894-, Watling, E. F. and Wylle 
Lauri, 1880- 
Stage door, ten sketches for revue. N.Y. French 

C1932 74P 
Contents: 

Campion, C. Absentminded lady 
Campion, C. Editorial error 
Campion, C. Oh! Mathilda! 
Campion, C. Reformation 
Campion, C. Level crossing 
Watling, E. F. French as she is learnt 
Wat mg, E. F. All right on the night 
Watling, E. F. Community drama 
Wyhe, L. She was right 
Canfield, Curtis, ed. 

Plays of the Irish renaissance, 1880-1910. N Y 

Ives Washburn 12° 436? 
Contents: 

Yeats, W. B. On Baile's strand 

Yeats, W. B Only jealousy of Eraer 

Russell, G. W. Deirdre 

Gregory, I. A. Hyacinth Halvey 

Hyde, D. Twisting of the rope 

Fitzmaurice. G. Dandy dolls 

Synge, L M. Riders to the sea 

Colum, P. Land 

Murray, T. C. Birthright 

Pearse, P. Singer 

Martyn, E. Maeve 

O'Casey, S. Juno and the paycock 

Kobinson. L. Big house 



Chandler, Frank W. and Cordell, Richard A. 
eds. 

Twentieth century plays. N.Y. Nelson *9d<r 8° 

cJn'tZs: I9f/ U^ 

Pinero, A. W. Thunderbolt 
Jones, H. A. Dolly reforming herself 

Hankin, St. J. Last of the De Mullins 

Ervine, St. J. John Ferguson 

Sherriff, R. C. Journey's end 

Robinson, L. Far-off hills 

Coward, N. Private lives 

Maugham, S. Breadwinner 

Anderson, M. and Stallings, L. What price glory 

O'Neill, E. Marco Millions 

Rice, E. Street scene 

Connelly, M. Green pastures 

Crothers, R. As husbands go 

Tolstoy, L. Live corpse 

Lenormand, H. R. Coward 

Chlumberg, Hans. Miracle at Verdun 

Molnar, F. Swan 

Capek, K. and J. And so ad infinitum 

Pirandello, L. Each in his own way 
Church, Mrs. Virginia Woodson 

Curtain! A book of modern plays. N.Y. Harper 

1932 12° 504P 
Contents: 

Bennett, A. Great adventure 

Milne, A. A. Great Broxopp 

O'Neill, E. Emperor Jones 

Nichols, R. and Brown, M. Wings over Europe 

Green, P. Man who died at twelve o'clock 

MacKaye, P. Napoleon crossing the Rockies 

Wilder, "T. N. Angel on the ship 

Dunsany, Lord. Lost silk hat 

Morley, C. Good theatre 

Church, V. What men live by 

Millay, E. St. V. Aria da capo 
Clark, Barrett H. and Cook, Thomas R. eds. 
One-act plays. Boston Heath 1929 12° 288p 
Contents: 

Conkle, E. P. Sparkin' 

Norris, K. and Totheroh, D. Kelly kid 

Riggs, L. Knives from Syria 

O'Neill, E. He 

Rogers, J. W. Saved 

Shayer, J. D. Resignation of Bill Snyder 

Green, P. No 'count boy 

Nicholson, K. and Pendray, G. E. Organ 

Field, R. Bargains in Cathay 

Gold, M. Money 

Hughes, B. Backstage 

O'Dea, M. Song of Solomon 
Clark, Barrett Harper and Nicholson, Kenyon, 
eds. 
American scene. . . N.Y. Appleton 1930 8' 

694P 
Contents: 

Field, R. Greasy luck 

O'Neill, E. Bound east for Cardiff 

MacKaye, P. Chuck 

Clark, J. A. Quarry 

Dransfield, J. Blood o' kings 

Crocker, B. Last straw 

Gold, M. Money 

Brooks, G. S. No cause for complaint 

Halvey, P. Wanderlust 

Dreiser, T. Girl in the coffin 

Baumer, M. Town 

Green, P. No 'count boy 

Smith, E. V. 'Lijah 

Cornelius, O. F. Tie that binds 

Rogers, J. W. Bumblepuppy 

Walker, S. Medicine show 

Levinger, E. E. Cow with wings 

Tarkington, B. Trysting place 

Ferber, E. Eldest 

Ilsley, S. M. Feast of the holy innocents 

Pride, L. B. Barbarians 

Eastman, F. Bread 

Glaspell, S. Trifles 

Conkle, E. P. Minnie Field 

Carver, A. J. Cajun 

Young, S. Addio 

Shaver, J. D. Resignation of Bill Snyder 

Riggs, L. Reckless 



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Clark and Nicholson. American scene — Cont. 
Clements, C. Across the border 
Pendray, G. E. Organ 
Mack, O. Last day for grouse 

Culbertson, E. H. End of the trail 
Pieratt, A. Day's end 

Totheroth, D. Good vintage 
Cohen, Helen Louise, ed. 

One-act plays by modern authors. N.Y. Har- 

court 1934 (enlarged ed.) 12° 539P 
Contents: 

Rogers, R. E. Boy Will 

O'Neill, E. He 

Downs, O. Maker of dreams 

Dowson, E. Pierrot of the minute 

Brighouse, H. Maid of France 

MacKaye, P. Gettysburg 

Gregory, A. Spreading the news 

Synge, J. Riders to the sea 

Marks, J. Welsh honeymoon 

Dunsany, E. Night at the inn 

Milne, A. A. Wurzel-Flummery 

Young, S. Twilight saint 

Maeterlinck, M. Intruder 

Egerton, Alix. Masque of the two strangers 

Galsworthy, J. Little man 

Peabody, J. P. Fortune and men's eyes 

Tarkington, B. Beauty and the Jacobins 

Chekhov, A. Proposal 

Brooks, C. S. Old trouper 

Kelly, G. Flattering word 

Wilder, T. N. Mozart and the gray steward 
Cordell, Richard Albert, ed. 

Representative modern plays; British and Ameri- 
can, from Robertson to O'Neill. N.Y. Nelson 

1929 8° 654P 
Contents: 

Robertson, T. W. Caste 

Gilbert, W. S. Sweethearts 

Wilde, O. Woman of no importance 

Tones, H. A. Mrs. Dane's defence 

Pinero, A. W. Iris 

Bennett, A. Great adventure 

Dane, C. Bill of divorcement 

Maugham, W. S. Circle 

Milne, A. A. Success 

O'Casey, S. Juno and the paycock 

Fitch, C. Climbers 

Ade, G. College widow 

Crothers, R. Expressing Willie 

Hughes, H. Hell bent fer heaven 

Kaufman, G. S. and Connelly, M. Beggar on 
horseback 

O'Neill, E. DiflF'rent 
Curtis, Agnes, ed. 

Christmas plays for one and all; a collection of 

one-act plays for all ages, from primary grades 

to the teen ages. Chicago Denison 1930 12° 

183P 
Contents : 

Morris, H. Book children's Christmas 

Curtis, A. Bringing up the Christmas baby 

York, G. Christmas by request 

Curtis, A. Christmas comes but once a year 

Curtis, A. Christmas secret 

Wadhams, N. M. Fat, jolly old man 

Curtis, A. Is there a Santa Claus? 

Curtis, A. My son Josiah 

Curtis, A. Santa Claus messenger 

Clough, G. E. Santa Claus on trial 
Dickinson, Thomas H. ed. 

Chief contemporary dramatists. Third series. 

Boston Houghton C1930 8° 698P 
Contents: 

O'Neill, E. Emperor Jones 

Green, P. In Abraham's bosom 

Howard, S. Silver cord 

Milne, A. A. Dover road 

O'Casey, S. Juno and the paycock 

Wedekind, F. Such is life 

Kaiser, G. From morn to midnight 

Hoffmansthal, H. von. Electra 

Vildrac, C. Steamship Tenacity 

Lenormand, H. R. Time is a dream 

Pirandello, L. Naked 

Benelli, S. Love of the three kings 

Alvarez Quintero, S. and J. Malvaloca 

Martinez Sierra, G. and M. Lily among thorns 

Andreev, L. He who gets slapped 

YevreinoT, N. N. Theatre of the soul 

Molnir, F. Liliom 

Capek, K. R.U.R. 

Ansky, S. Dybbuk 

Sigurj6nsson, J. Eyvind of the hills 



Dickon goes to the fair, and other plays. 

N.Y. Doran C1927 12° 204P 
Contents: 

Alden, A. W. Dickon goes to the fair 
Commons, Mrs J. R. Merman's pipe 
Kingsbury, S. R. Voice of Montezuma 
Burt, O. F. W. Midsummer night 
Eastman, Fred, ed. 

Modern religious dramas. N.Y. Holt C1928 8° 

326P 
Contents: 

Gale, Z. Neighbors 
Wilde, P. Confessional 
Church, V. What men live by 
Hall, H. and Middlemas, R. Valiant 
Eastman, F. Bread 

Eastman, F. America's unfinished battles 
Tompkins, J. M. S. Deathless world 
Larkin, M. El Cristo 
Goodman, K. S. Dust of the road 
MacNair, I. T. Color line 
Cook, C. R. Golden rule in courtship 
Brown, C. S. Modern magi 

Bowie, W. R. Christmas pageant of the Holy 
Grail 
Eight one-act plays. London Rich [19331 12° 
I97P 
Contents: 

Bennett, A. Snake charmer 

Bell, J. J. Thirst 

Brunton, F. C. Blind man's bluff 

Box, Sydney. Murder trial 

Byron-Webber, Ronald. 100 — not out 

Beresford, Hugh and Scale, C. S. St.B. Second 

guest 
Tracy, H. E. H. Understudy 
Kemp, Harry. Boccaccio's untold tale 
Famous plays of 1931. London GoUancz [1932] 
12° 672P 
Contents: 

Besier, R. Barretts of Wimpole street 
Fagan, J. B. Improper duchess 
Delafield, E. M. To see ourselves 
Van Druten, J. After all 
Van Druten, J. London wall 
Anthony, C. L. Autumn crocus 
Famous plays of 1932. London Gollancz 1932 12° 
6S4P 
Contents: 

Mackenzie, R. Musical chairs 
Van Druten, J. Somebody knows 
Rice, E. See Naples and die 
Bax, C. Rose without a thorn 
Van Druten, J. There's always Juliet 
Hart, M. and Kaufman, G. Once in a lifetime 
Famous plays of 1932-33. London Gollancz 1933 
12° 727P 
Contents: 

Winsloe, Christa. Children in uniform 
Chlumberg, Hans. Miracle at Verdun 
Anthony, C. L. Service 
Van Druten, J. Behold, we live 
Rice, E. Counsellor-at-law 
Famous plays of 1933. London Gollancz 1934 12° 

702P 

Contents: 

Fauchois, R. Late Christopher Bean 

Daviot, G. Richard of Bordeaux 

Armstrong, A. Ten-minute alibi 

Chetham-Strode, W. Sometimes even now 

Howard, S. Alien corn 

Kaufman, G. S. and Ryskind, M. Of thee 
I sing 
Famous plays of 1933-34. London Gollancz 1934 

12° 712P 
Contents: 

Lipscomb, W. P. and Minney, J. R. Clive of 
India 

Hodge, Merton. Wind and the rain 

Sherwood, R. E. Reunion in Vienna 

Daviot, G. Laughing woman 

Stuart, Aimee and Philip. Sixteen 

Van Druten, J. Distaff side 
Famous plays of to-day. London Gollancz 1930 

12° 671P 
Contents: 

Sherriff, R. C. Journey's end 

Van Druten, J. Young Woodley 

Hoffe, M. Many waters 

Berkeley, R. Lady with the lamp 

Dukes, A. Such men are dangerous 

L«vy, B. W. Mrs. Moonlight 



INDEX TO PLAYS 



133 



Five thr«e-act plays. Foreword by W. G. Fay. 
London Rich ii933) 448p 
Contents: 

Bennett, A. Flora 
Pertwee, R. Heat wave 
Gielgud, Val. Chinese white 
Wilson, T. W. Champion North 
Holme, Constance. "I want!" 
Gaw, Allison and others „,.,.,, r 

Pharaoh's daughter, and other Bibical plays of 
the contest, 1927. N.Y. Longmans 192S 12 
261P 
Contents: 

Gaw, A. Pharaoh's daughter 
Barbee, L. Making of a king 
Maxfield, M. R. Ruth of Moab 
Goldstone, G. A. ed. 00 

One act plays. Boston Allyn 1926 16 4o8p 
Contents: 

Bomstead, B. Diabolical circle 
Saunders, L. Figureheads 
Rostand, E. Romancers 
Bates, H. King's English 
Dunsany, E. Lost silk hat 
Chen-Chin Hsuing. Thrice promised bride 
Chekhov, A. Boor 
Gregory, Lady. Workhouse ward 
Gerstenberg, A. Unseen 
Tompkins, F. G. Sham 
Wilde, P. Confessional 
Goodman, K. S. Dust of the road 
O'Neill, E. G. He 
Drinkwater, J. God of quiet 
Kemp, H. White hawk 
Hampden, John, ed. 

Eight modern plays. N.Y. Nelson 119311 12° 

240P 
Contents: 

Milne, A. A. Prince.'is and the woodcutter 
Noyes, A. Robin Hood 
Robertson, W. G. Slippers of Cinderella 
Ould, H. Discovery 

Ferguson, J. A. Campbell of Kiimohr 
Baring, M. Catherine Parr 
Malleson, M. Michael 
Gilbert, B. Eldorado 
Four modern plays 
Contents: 

Malleson, M. A man of ideas 
Johnson, P. The spinsters of Lushe 
Rubinstein, H. F. The theatre 
Napier, M. Wayside war 
Four new plays for women and girls. London 

Nelson ci932 12° io8p 
Contents: 

Johnson, P. April shower 
Pakington, M. Cats and kittens 
Macnamara, M. Hat and stick 
Brighouse, H. Wish shop 
Nine modern plays. New York Nelson 11932] 

12° 254P 
Contents: 

McKinnel, N. Bishop's candlesticks 
Chapin, H. Philosopher of Butterbiggins 
Baring, M. Rehearsal 
Brighouse, H. Price of coal 
Dix, B. M. Allison's lad 
Gilbert, B. Old bull 
Galsworthy, J. Little man 
Bax, C. Poetasters of Ispahan 
Synge, J. M. Riders to the sea 
Seven modern plays for younger players. . . 

N.Y. Nelson [1932] 12° 219P 
Contents: 

Bax, C. Silly Willy 
Mitchison, N. Nix-nought-nothing 
Hyde, F. A. Wireless and sich-like 
Parker, L. N. On board the "Golden Hind" 
Totheroh, D. Stolen prince 
Monkhouse, A. Grand Cham's diamond 
Swann, M. Saul and David 
Ten modern plays. . . London Nelson 1928 12° 

277P 
Contents: 

Mayor, B. Thirty minutes in a street 
Pakington, M. House with the twisty windows 
Arkell, R. Colombine 
Hopkins, A. Moonshine 
Hankin, St. J. New wing at Elsinore 
Kaye-Smith, S. and Hampden, J. Mrs. Adis 
Glaspell, S. and Cook, G. C. Tickless time 
Drinkwater, J. X=0: a night of the Trojan war 
Macnamara, M. Elizabeth refuses 
Housman, L. Brother Wolf 



Three modern plays and a mime. N.Y. Nelson 
[1932] 12° 86p 

Contents: 

Pearmain, J. Old Moore's almanac 
Rubinstein, H. F. Dickens of Gray's Inn 
Kelly, M. Spell 
Vallance, R. Pandora's box 
Hughes, Glenn, ed. ^^ ,, , , 

Short plays for modern players. N.Y. Appleton 
1931 8" 261P 

Contents: 

Hughes, R. The ambush 
Gale, Z. Uncle Jimmy 

Kennedy, C. O. Man with the iron jaw 
Wilde, P. What never dies 
Hughes, B. Calf that laid the golden eggs 
Savage, G. Small down payment 
Wight, D. Under the oak 
Erskine, L. Y. Three cans of beans 
Ament, W. S. Duel about nothing 
Carrington, E. S. Five minutes from the station 
Peterson, A. E. Gilt-edged 
Morley, C. Really, my dear. . . 
Hughes, Hatcher, et al, eds. 

Copy, 1928; 4 full length plays. . . N.Y. Apple- 
ton 1928 12° 404P 

Contents: 

Porter, A. Man with the book 
Isaacs, E. S. and Albert, R. Release 
McMillan, C. M. His father's boots 
Macdonald, H. C. Meeker and meeker 
Isaacs, Mrs. Edith J. ed. 



Plays of American life and fantasy. 
Coward 1929 8° 448P 



N.Y. 



Contents: 

Pt. I : Hopkins, Arthur. Moonshine 

O'Neill, E. Dreamy kid 

Dunbar, O. H. Blockade 

Culbertson, E. H. End of the trail 

Stephens, N. B. Charivari 

Alexander, H. Kills-with-her-man 

Kreymborg, A. Brother Bill 

Brody, A. Rapunzel 

Green, P. No 'count boy 

Young, S. Rose windows 

Ernst, A. H. Spring sluicing 

Scott, N. V. Zombi 

Pt. 2: Akins, Zoe. Portrait of Tiero 

Kreymborg, A. Trap doors 

Young, Stark. Queen of Sheba 

Chapin, Harold. Autocrat of the coffee-stall 

Ruthenburg, G. D. Gooseberry mandarin 
Jagendorf, Moritz Adolf, ed. 

Nine short plays written for young people to 

stage. . . N.Y. Macmillan 1928 8° 2o6p 
Contents: 

Anderson, M. Fairy ring 

Remison, A. Ding-a-ling 

Adair, T. Bean boy 

Welff, E. Three of a different kind 

Comfort, F. C. Gold Cornst.->lk goes home 

Barrows, M. Clown of Doodle Doo 

Goes, B. Dowry of Columbine 

Moore, F. B. Tale from India 

Jagendorf, M. Merry Tyll 
Johnson, Theodore, ed. 

Diminutive comedies. . . Boston Baker 11931] 

12° 159P 
Contents: 

Ryerson, F. and Clements, C. Loop 

Malleson, M. Man of ideas 

Grover, P. L. Mariot and Mariette 

Earnest, J. Marriage of Isolt 

O'Connor, P. My dear! 

Downey, T. H. Paste pearls 

Morbio, P. Psychological moment 

Sladen-Smith, F. Sacred cat 

Hornsey, E. G. Some of us are like that 

Bax, C. Summit 

Hickenlooper, M. Troll and the toll bridge 

Davidson, M. L. Whipped cream 
Miniature plays for stage and study. . . Boston 

Baker 1930 12° IS9P 
Contents: 

Kester, K. Bargains 

Mansur, F. L. Dis^atch goes home 

Stevens, H. B. Early frost 

Steell, W. Fifth commandment 

Tomita, K. Final refuge 

Knox, F. C. For distinguished service 

Stahl, M. E. La Carota 

Hyde, D. Lost saint 

Kester, K. Love and lather 

Finnegan, E. Singapore spider 

Baring, M. Greek vase i 



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For 
1929 



two 



three 



I43P 



Johnson, T. — Continued 
More plays in miniature. 

characters. Boston Baker 
Contents: 

Dane, E. His only way 

Clements, C. C. Spring! 

Halman, D. Famine and the ghost 

Baring, M. Xanthippe and Socrates 

Fairbanks, S. v. K. Other voice 

Dobson, A. Secrets of the heart 

Baring, M. Drawback 

Thornton, C. Marriage of Dotty 

Hunting, E. S. Double dummy 

Pain, Mrs. B. Vicious circle 

Bates, A. Yes and no 

Riddle, G. Come here 

Anon. At the ferry 

Dobson, A. "Au revoir" 

Cobb, G. C. Just advertise 

Dane, E. Wooden leg 
Plays about George Washington. 

IC19311 12° I28p 
Contents: 

Holmes, E. D. Capture of Major Andre 

Holmes, E. D. Capture of the British sen- 
tinel at Stony Point 

Mather, C. C. Dispatches for Washington 

Wormwood, E. M. Doll that saved an army 

Cooke, C. C. Friends in need 

Cavanah, F. Glorious wish 

Marble, T. L. Mistress Penelope 

Parsons, M. G. Prophecy 

Van Derveer, C. Spirit of '76 

Holbrook, M. Stitch in time 
Ten fantasies for stage and study. . . Boston 

Baker [C1932J 12" i6op 
Contents: 

Wellington, Barbara. Is romance dead? 

Talbot, A. J. Passing of Galatea 

M. "St. Anselm only 



Boston Baker 



Hickenlooper, 

one soul" 
Wells, C. F. 
Sladen-Smith, 
Hoffman, P. 
Webber, J. P 
Dane, E. 
Fyleman 



carved 



Apothecary 

F. Crown of St. Felice 
Man of the moment 
Golden arrow 
Workers at the loom 
Rose. In Arcady 



Going, C. B. Twilight of the moon 
Washington anniversary plays. . . Boston Baker 

1931 12° 192P 
Contents: 

George Washington at the Dela- 



P. 



MacKaye 

ware 
Bates, E. W, 
Phillips, L. 
Holbrook, M 
Holbrook, M 
Holbrook, M 



preface by Barrett H. 

1927 8° 426P 



Evacuation of Boston 
Mother of Washington 
Backwoods 
Brandywine 
Mount Vernon 

Fitch, C. Nathan Hale (Act 3) 

Harris, M. P. Pageant of inauguration 

Price, O. M. Sandman's pack o' dreams 

Hare, W. B. Colonial garden party 
Katzin, W. ed. 

Eight European plays 

Clark. N.Y. Brentano's 
Contents: 
French: 

Bernard, J. J. Glamour 

Bernard, J. J. Martine 
Italian: 

San Secondo, R. di. Stairs 
German: 

Kaiser, G Fire in the opera house 

Harlan, W. Niiremburg egg 

Mann, H. Madame Legros 

Sternheim, C. Place in the world 

Vollmoeller, K. Uncle's been dreaming 
Koch, Frederick H. ed. 

Carolina folk comedies. . . N.Y. French 1931 

12° 311P 
Contents: 

Coffin, G. W. Magnolia's man 

Fussier, I. Ever' snitch 

Toy, J. Agatha 

Stout, W. Dogwood bushes 

Dortch, H. Companion-mate Maggie 

O'Connell, W. Lie 

Bailey, L. C. Cloey 

Peet, T. New moon 
Carolina folk-plays. ser. 3. N.Y. Holt (€1928) 

12° 267P 
Contents: 

Cox, W. N. The scuffletown outlaws 

Bailey, L. C. Job's kinfolks 

Stout, W. In Dixon's kitchen 



Coffin, G. W. A shotgun splicin' 

Bland, M. Lighted candles 

Green, P. Quare medicine 
Le Galllenne, Eva, ed. 

Eva Le Gallienne's civic repertory plays. . 

N.Y. Norton 1928 8^ 327P 
Contents: 

Ibsen, H. Hedda Gabler 

Goldoni, C. La locandiera 

Wied, G. 2x2=5 

Chekhov, A. P. Three sisters 
Locke, Alain Le Roy and Gregory, Montgomery, 

eds. 
Plays of Negro life; a source book of native 

American drama. . . N.Y. Harper 1927 12° 

430P 
Contents : 

O'Neill, E. Dreamy kid 

Torrence, R. Rider of dreams 

Culbertson, E. H. Rackey 

Green, P. No 'count boy 

Richardson, W. Flight of the natives 

Green, P. White dresses 

Green, P. In Abraham's bosom 

Wilson, F. H. Sugar cane 

Mathews, J. 'Cruiter 

Spence, E. Starter 

Rogers, J. W. Judge Lynch 

Torrence, R. Granny Maumee 

White, L. Bird child 

Toomer, J. Balo 

Johnson, G. D. Plumes 

Richardson, W. Broken banjo 

Duncan, T. Death dance 

O'Neill, E. Emperor Jones 

Torrence, R. Dance Calinda 

Bruce, R. Sahdji, an African ballet 
McDermott, John Francis, ed. 

Modern plays. . . N.Y. Harcourt [C1932] 8" 

427P 
Contents: 
Ibsen, H. Doll's house 

Capek, K. R.U.R. 

Maugham, W. S. Circle 

Milne, A. A. Mr. Pirn passes by 

O'Neill, E. Emperor Jones 

Hughes, H. Hell bent fer heaven 

Howard, S. ihey knew what they wanted 
McPharlin, Paul, ed. 

Repertory of marionette plays. Chosen and trans- 
lated ... by Paul McPharlin. N.Y. Viking 

1929 8° 372P 
Contents: 

Yeats, J. B. Scourge of the gulph 

Fool, T. School, or Thou shalt not commit 

Dondo, M. Every dog has his day 

Mourguet, L. Coq brothers 

Duranty, L. E. Cataclysterium's medicine 

Neuville, L. de. Mr. Goodman and Mrs. 
Gracious 

Sand, M. Candidate for Trepagny 

Bouchor, M. Noel, or The mystery of the 
nativity 

Maeterlinck, M. Death of Tintagiles 

Bonneschky. Doctor Faustus 

Goethe, J. W. von. Junk-dump fair 

Pocci, F. von. Casper among the savages 

Mitcoff, E. Y. Petroushka 

Drum dance. See Chinese plays 
Mantle, Burns, ed. 

Best plays of 1926-27. N.Y. Dodd 1927 12° S63P 
Contents: 

Dunning, P. and Abbott, G. Broadway 

Anderson, M. Saturday's children 

Watkins, M. Chicago 

Maugham, W. S. Constant wife 

Sherwood, R. E. Road to Rome 

Wodehouse, P. G. Play's the thing 

Howard, S. Silver cord 

Martinez Sierra, G. and M. Cradle song 

Kelly, G. Daisy Mayme 

Green, P. In Abraham's bosom 
Best plays of 1927-28 and the Yearbook of the 

drama in America. N.Y. Dodd 1928 8° s88p 
Contents: 

O'Neill, E. Strange interlude 

Kaufman, G. S. and Ferber, E. Royal family 

Watters, G. M. and Hopkins, A. Burlesque 

Abbott, G. and Bridgers, Anne. Coquette 

Kelly, G. Behold the bridegroom 

Heyward. D. and DuB. Porgy 

Barry, P. Paris bound 

Galsworthy, J. Escape 

Cormack, B. Racket 

O'Casey, S. Plough and the stars 



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135 



Best plays of 1928-29 and the yearbook of the 
drama in America. N.Y. Dodd 1929 8° S37P 
Contents: 

Rice, E. Street scene 
Sherriff, R. C. Journey's end 
Nichols, R. and Browne, M. Wings over Europe 
Barry, P. Holiday 

Hecht, B. and MacArthur, C. Front page 
Crothers, R. Let us be gay 
Treadweil, S. Machinal 
Dell, F. and Mitchell, T. Little accident 
Anderson, M. Gypsy 
Martinez Sierra, G. Kingdom of God 
Best plays of 1929-30 and the Yearbook of the 
drama in America. N.Y. Dodd 1930 12° 584P 
Contents: 

Connelly, M. Green pastures 
Flavin, M. Criminal code 
Balderston, J. Berkeley Square 
Sturges, P. Strictly dishonorable 
Wexley, J. Last mile 
Ervine, St. J. First Mrs. Fraser 
Lardner, R. and Kaufman, G. June moon 
Milne, A. A. Michael and Mary 
Ferris, W. Death takes a holiday 
Stewart, D. O. Rebound 
Best plays of 1930-31 and the Yearbook of the 
drama in America. N.Y. Dodd 1931 12° 565P 
Contents: 

Anderson, M. Elizabeth the queen 
Barry, P. Tomorrow and tomorrow 
Hart, M. and Kaufman, G. S. Once in a life- 
time 
Riggs, L. Green grow the lilacs 
Crothers, R. As husbands go 
Glaspell, S. Alison's house 
Weitzenkorn, L. Five star final 
Bolitho, W. Overture 
Besier, R. Barretts of Wimpole street 
Baum, V. Grand Hotel 
Best plays of 1931-32 and the Yearbook of the 
drama in America. N.Y. Dodd 1932 12° S59P 
Contents: 

Kaufman, G. S. and Ryskind, M. Of thee I sing 
O'Neill, E. Mourning becomes Electra 

Sherwood, R. E. Reunion in Vienna 

Green, P. House of Connelly 
Barry, P. Animal kingdom 

Behrman, S. N. Left bank 

Franken, R. Another language 

Levy, W. Devil passes 

Harwood, H. M. Cynara 
Best plays of 1932-33 and the Yearbook of the 

drama in America. N.Y. Dodd 1933 8° S45P 
Contents: 

Anderson, M. Both your houses 

Kaufman, G. S. and Ferber, E. Dinner at eight 

Crothers, R. When ladies meet 

Coward, N. Design for living 

Behrman, S. N. Biography 

Howard, S. Alien corn 

Howard, S. Late Christopher Bean 

Rice, E. We, the people 

Cohan, G. M. Pigeons and people 

Hagan, J. One Sunday afternoon 
Best plays of 1933-34 and the Yearbook of the 

drama in America. N.Y. Dodd 1934 8° 574? 
Contents: 

Anderson, M. Mary of Scotland 

Kingsley, Sidney. Men in white 

Howard, S. Dodsworth 

O'Neill, E. Ah, wilderness! 

Wexley, J. They shall not die 

Kummer, C. Her master's voice 

Thomas, A. E. No more ladies 

Atlas, Leopold. Wednesday's child 

Winter, Keith. Shining hour 

Shairp, Mordaunt. Green bay tree 
Mantle, Burns and Sherman, Garrison P. eds. 
Best plays of 1909-1919 and the Yearbook of the 

drama in America. . . N.Y. Dodd ion 8" 

702P 
Contents: 

Walter, E. Easiest way 

Smith, H. J. Mrs. Bumpstead-Leieh 

Parker, L. N. Disraeli 

Sheldon, E. Romance 

Cohan, G. M. Seven keys to Baldpate 

Rice, E. On trial 

Anspacher, L. K. Unchastened woman 

Kummer, C. Good gracious, Annabelle 

Williams, J. L. Why marry? 

Ervine, St. J. John Ferguson 



Marriott, James William, ed. 

Best one-act plays of 1931. London Harrap C193J 

12° 285P 
Contents: 

Sladen-Smith, F. Mrs. Noah gives the sign 
Conway, O. Women do things like that 
Hines, L. J. and King, F. Vindication 
Pakington, M. Poet's corner 
Brighouse, H. Smoke-screens 
Jennings, G. Bride 
Corrie, J. Hoose o' the hill 
Darmady, J. Annual jumble sale 
Roberts, C. Exit 
Stuckes, W. Shanghai 
White, L. Perfect marriage 
Gunn, N. M. Back home 
Best one-act plays of 1932. London Harrap 1933 

12° 27SP 
Contents: 

Pakington, M. Experiment 
Brighouse, H. Romany road 
Bell, J. W. Symphony in illusion 
Holme, C. Home of vision 
Grant, N. On Dartmoor 
Broome, D. Moon 

Smith, N. K. They refuse to be resurrected 
Mark, F. Tarakin 
Conway, O. Wireless can't lie 
Gilbert, C. Stocking 
Shepherd, M. Ali the cobbler 
Bourne, J. Second visit 
Marriott, Joseph Weston, ed. 

Great modern British plays. London Harrap 1929 

8° 1083P 
Contents: 

Bennett, A. and Knoblock, E. Milestones 

Robertson, T. W. Caste 

Pinero, A. Trelawny of the "Wells" 

Jones, H. A. Liars 

Gilbert, W. S. Pygmalion and Galatea 

Besier, R. Virgin goddess 

Sutro, A. Walls of Jericho 

Brighouse, H. Hobson's choice 

Hankin, St. J. Return oi the prodigal 

Chapin, H. New morality 

Maugham, W. S. Circle 

Dane, C. Bill of divorcement 

Munro, C. K. At Mrs. Beam's 

Dukes, A. Man with a load of mischief 

Berkeley, R. White chateau 

McEvoy, C. Likes of her 

Coward, N. Young idea 
Galsworthy, J. Strife 
Vane, S. Outward bound 
One-act plays of to-day. Third series. . . London 

Harrap 1927 12° 252P 
Contents: 

Chapin, H. Dumb and the blind 

Brighouse, _H. How the weather is made 
Golden doom 
Rory aforesaid 
Master of the Olive Conway 
Bishop's candlesticks 

Jennings, G. Between the soup and the savoury 

Terry, J. E. H. Master Wayfarer 

Yeats, W. B. Pot of broth 

Drury, W. P. King's hard bargain 
One-act plays of to-day. Fourth series. . . London 

Harrap 1928 12° 278P 
Contents: 

Brighouse, H. Prince who was a piper 

Bax, C. Square pegs 

Milne, A. A. Man in the bowler hat 

Colum, P. Betrayal 

Dunsany, E. Flight of the queen 

Sladen-Smith, F. St. Simeon Stylites 

Field, R. L. Patch-work quilt 

Jennings, G. Five birds in a cage 

Malleson, M. Paddly pools 

Francis, J. O. Poacher 

Hankin, St. J. Constant lover 
One-act plays of to-day. Fifth series. London 

Harrap 01931 12° 267P 
Contents: 

Brighouse, H. Stoker 

Francis, J. O. Birds of a feather 

Sladen-Smith, F. Invisible duke 

Rubinstein, H. F. Old boyhood 

Talbot, A. J. Spartan girl 

Monkhouse, A. King of Barvender 

Johnson, P. Lovely miracle 

Darmady, J. Mousetrap 

Ferguson, J. A. Scarecrow 

Ould. H. Pathfinder 

Bax, C. Aucassin and Nicolette i 



Dunsany, E. 
Brandane, J. 
Houghton, S. 
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Massey, Vincent, ed. 

Canadian plays from Hart House theatre. Toronto 

Macmillan 1926, 1927 12° 2V 
Contents: 

V. : : Denison, M. Brothers in arms 

Denison, M. Weather breeder 

Scott, D. C. Pierre 

Osborne, M. Point of view 

Borsook, H. Three weddings of a hunchback 

MacKay, I. E. Second lie 

Denison, M. Balm 

Cooke, B. Translation of John Snaith 

V. 2: Aikins, C. God of gods 

MacKay, L. A. Freedom of John Guichet 

Reid, L. Trespassers 

Mayor, Beatrice, ed. 

Four one-act plays. Oxford Blackwell 1923 12° 

Contents: 

Herbert, A. P. Double demon 
Sladen-Smith, F. St. Simeon Stylites 
Mayor, B. Thirty minutes in a street 
Simpson, S. Pan in Pimlico 

Modern short plays. First series. London Uni- 
versity of London press 1933 12° i6op 
Contents: 

Drinkwater, J. Robin Hood and the pedlar 

Raleigh, W. Riddle 

Gregory, Lady. Travelling man 

Binyon, L. Paris and CEnone 

Munro, H. H. Death-trap 

Phillpotts, E. Something to talk about 

Dunsany, E. Tents of the Arabs 

Modern short plays. Second series. London Uni- 
versity of London press 1931 12° 158P 
Contents: 

Phillpotts, E. Purple bedroom 
Milne, A. A. Wurzel-Flummery 
Dunsany, E. Gods of the mountain 
Ould, H. Joan the maid 
Ratcliffe, D. U. Desormais 
Gilbert, B. Eldorado 

Modern short plays. Third series. London Uni- 
versity of London press 12° ii7p 
Contents: 

Malleson, M. Man of ideas 

Munro, H. H. Karl-Ludwig's widow 

Ratcliffe, D. U. Mary of Scotland in Wensley- 

dale 
Dane, E. When the whirlwind blows 
Brighouse, H. Oak settle 
Sladen-Smith, F. Golden fisherman 
Baring, M. King Alfred and the neat-herd 

Moses, Montrose J. ed. 

Dramas of modernism and their forerunners, 

edited with introductions and bibliographies. . . 

Boston Little 193 1 8° 741P 
Contents: 

Chekhov, A. Cherry orchard 

Gorky, M. Night's lodging (Lower depths) 

Andreyev^ L. He who gets slapped 

Kaiser, G. From mom to midnight 

Toller, E. Machine-wreckers 

Lenormand, H. R. Dream doctor 

Pirandello, L. Right you are! (If you think 
so) 

Capek, K. and J. Adam the creator 

Molnar, F. Liliom 

Strindberg, A. There are crimes and crimes 

Maugham, W. S. Circle 

Milne, A. A. Truth about Blayds 

Nichols, R. and Browne, M. Wings over 
Europe 

Kelly, G. Craig's wife 

Howard, S. Silver cord 
Ring up the curtain! a collection of plays for 

children. Boston Little 1932 8° 398P 
Contents: 

Riley, A. C. D. Ten minutes by the clock 

Brooks, E. S. Land of Nod 

Mackay, C. D. Nimble-wit and fingerkin 

Farrar, J. House gnomes 

du Bois, T. Aladdin 

Kaufman, H. S. Little black Sambo 

Gregory, A. Talking dragon 

Ruthenburg, G. D. Talking chair 

Sterne, E. G. Jeanne d'Arc 

Ford, J. E. Snickerty Nick 

Robertson, W. G. Masque of May morning 

Sowerby, G. Princess Tenderheart 



New plays for women and girls; fifteen one-act 

plays. N.y. French 1932 8° 314P 
Contents: 

Ruthenburg, G. D. O bright flame lifted! 

Hughes, G. For the love of Michael 

Hughes, B. First white woman 

Kirkpatrick, J. Green eyes from Romany 

Phelps, P. I know George Washington 

Phelps, P. Night club girl 

Hoffman, P. Mrs. Leicester's school 

Riley, A. C. D. Uplifting Sadie 

Cameron, M. One of those days 

Short, M. Lady Luck 

Van der Veer, E. and Bigelow, F. Let it burn 

Kreymborg, A. I'm not complaining 

Brighouse, H. Wish shop 

Giorloff, R. "Lavender and red pepper" 

Gale, Z. Clouds 
Nicholson, Kenyon, ed. 

Appleton book of short plays (second series). . . 

N.Y. Appleton 1927 8° 332P 
Contents: 

Ferber, E. Eldest 

Divine, C. Post mortems 

Carb, D. Samson a la mode 

Thompson, J. F. Warrior's husband 

Whitehouse, J. H. Ambush 

Cohen, O. R. Melancholy dame 

Ryerson, F. Cup of tea 

Bloch, B. Gas, air and Earl 

Taylor, R. Appearances 

Ehrlich, I. L. 'Twas ever thus 

Murfin, J. Prince Gaby 

Emery, G. Delilah 
Hollywood plays; twelve one-act plays from the 

repertory of the Writers' club of Hollywood, 

California. . . N.Y. French 1930 8° 312P 
Contents: 

Stinson, H. H. Ace is trumped 

Smith, V. Simple soul 

Hughes, R. On the razor edge , 

Schayer, E. R. Private Jones 

Geraghty, T. J. Pound of flesh 

Marion, F. Cup of life 

Heath, E. P. Bird in the hand 

Blackmore, M. To die with a smile 

Fulton, M. Miss Baxter 

Ahearn, T. J. Twelve before three 

Cohn, A. A. Semper fidelis 

Ingersoll, P. G. Troupers 
One-act plays for stage and study. Fourth se- 
ries. Twenty-two contemporary plays never 

before published in book form, by American, 

English and Irish dramatists. Preface by Paul 

Green. N.Y. French 1928 8° 37op 
Contents: 

Nicholson, K. Snake eater 

Kummer, C. So's your old antique! 

Brooks, G. S. Fortinbras in plain clothes 

Hughes, B. Three players, a fop and a duchess 

Brighouse, H. Witch's daughter 

Ford, H. In-laws 

Riggs, L. Reckless 

Basshe, E. J. Invitation 

Kirkpatrick, J. Wedding 

Glick, C. Fourth Mrs. Phillips 

Halman, D. F. Lenna looks down 

Totheroh, D. Tune of a tune 

Kreymborg, A. Brother Bill 

Davies, M. C. Cobweb kings 

Conkle, E. P. Things is that-a-way 

Monkhouse, A. Wily one 

Murray, T. C. Pipe in the fields 

Ehrlich, I. L. Cured 

Dondo, M. Miracle of Saint Martin 

Clements, C. and Saunders, J. M. Love in 
a French kitchen 

O'Brien, S. Christmas eve 

Green, P. Blue thunder 
One-act plays for stage and study. Fifth series. 

Preface by Elmer L. Rice. N.Y. French 1929 

12° 341P 
Contents: 

Rice, E. L. Diadem of snow 

Armstrong, L. Van V. Late Captain Crow 

Baumer, M. It's an ill wind 

Brighouse, H. Stoker 

Farrar, J. Wedding rehearsal 

Hughes, B. No more Americans 

Hughes, G. Art and Mrs. Palmer 

Rogers, J. W. Rescue of Cynthia Ann 

Guinan, J. Black Oliver 

Kaye-Smith, S. and Hampden, J. Mrs. Adis 

Totheroh, D. Widdy's mite 



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137 



Taylor, H. L. Angelus 

Kreymborg, A. Limping along 

Van der Veer, E. Babouscka 

Ryerson, F. and Clements, C. Hot lemonade 

Green, C. M. Jumpin' the broom 

Giorloff, R. Maizie 

Pride, L. B. Haunted coal mine 

Nicholson, K. Words and music 

Medcraft, R. First dress-suit 

Davies, M. C. Tables and chairs 
One-act plays for stage and study. Sixth series. 

Twenty-one contemporary one-act plays never 

before published in book form, by American, 

English and Irish dramatists. N.Y. French 

1931 8° 377P 
Contents: 

Kaufman, G. S. Still alarm 

Bennett, A. Snake charmer 

Bnghouse, H. Ghost of Windsor Park 

Pertwee, R. Speaking terms 

Hughes, B. Murder! murder! murder! 

Kennedy, C. O. Men, women and goats 

Gregory, Lady. Colman and Guaire 

Ryerson, F. and Clements, C. Willow plate 

Kirkpatrick, J. Woman who understood men 

Medcraft, R. Poetry and plaster 

Field, R. Bad penny 

Totheroh, D. Lost princess 

Strachan, E. H. Chinese water wheel 

Drummond, A. M. Traffic signals 

Hughes, G. Babbitt's boy 

Crocker, B. Josephine 

Van der Veer, E. Saint Cyprian and the devil 

Hanlon, D. E. Wolf at the door 

Jagendorf, M. Pie and the tart 

Speirs, R. Change of mind 

Wilde, P. Moving finger 
Pence, Raymond W. ed. 

Dramas by present-day writers. N.Y. Scribnei 

C1927 12° 690P 
Contents: 

Davies, M. C. Slave with two faces 

Drinkwater, J. Cophetua 

Dunsany, J. Night at an inn 

Galsworthy, J. Loyalties -' 

Glaspell, S. Trifles 

Gregory, Lady. Spreading the news 

Jacobs, W. W. and Hubbard, P. Love passage 

Jones, H. A. Goal 

Mackay, C. D'A. Counsel retained 

Morley, C. Thursday evening 

O'Neill, E. "He" 

Sutro, A. Marriage has been arranged 

Wilde, P. Confessional 

Bennett, A. and Knoblock, E. Milestones 

Kaufman, G. S. and Connelly, M. Merton 
of the movies 

Tarkington, B. Monsieur Beaucaire 
Phillips, Le Roy and Johnson, Theodore, eds. 
Types of modern dramatic composition; an an- 
thology of one act plays for schools and col- 
leges, with an introductory essay by George 

Pierce Baker. Boston Ginn 1927 12° 4i8p 
Contents: 

Norris, K. and Totheroh, D. Kelly kid 

Berkeley, R. Dweller in the darkness 

Nicholson, K. Wanderlust 

Delano, E. B. and Carb, D. Grandma pulls the 
strings 

Fyleman, R. Cabbages and kings 

Fmnegan, E. Fool of a man 

Wilde, P. Dawn 

Housraan, L. Bethlehem 

Malleson, M. Maurice's own idea 

Hubbard, P. Crumbs that fell 

Smith, E. V. 'Lijah 

Gibbs, A. H. Meredew's right hand 

Glaspell, S. Trifles 

Crothers, R. Peggy 

Gale, Z. Uncle Jimmy 

Halman, D. F. Closet 

Cowles, A. Killer 

Reeley, M. K. Lean years 

Cantillon, A. Pierrot before the seven doors 

Moseley, K. P. Daggers and diamonds 
Players' book of one act plays; seventeen plays 

written and produced by the Players of De- 
troit. First series. N.Y. McKee 1928 12° 
^ 345P 
Contents: 

Toms, R. M. ... and points west 

Pike, C. S. Glorious martyr 

Pike, C. S. String of pearls 



Weeks, A. L. Little brown jug 

Weeks, A. L. Elsie 

Weeks, A. L. Cocktails 

Anderson, L. Is peculiar 

Anderson, L. Mutiny 

Anderson, L. Strategy 

Neebe, J. H. Fog 

Neebe, J. H. Guts 

Yerkes, R. G. Their appointed rounds 

Winningham, C. C. Murder will out 

Meadon, J. Vespers 

Meadon, J. Pearls before swine 

Murphy, T. F. Mary Brice 

Phelps, G. H. and Pitkin, M. J. Pearl thief 
Plays of a half-d«cade. London GoUancz C1933 

12" :oo8p 
Contents: 

Sherriff, R. C. Journey's end 

Van Druten, J. Young Woodley 

Berkeley, R. Lady with a lamp 

Hoffe, M. Many waters 

Besier, R. Barretts of Wimpole street 

Fagan, J. B. Improper duchess 

Delafield, E. M. To see ourselves 

Van Druten, J. After all 

Anthony, C. L. Autumn crocus 

Mackenzie, R. Musical chairs 

Bax, C. Rose without a thorn 
Plays of the Moscow Art theatre musical studio 

. . . tr. by George S. and Gilbert Seldes. . 

N.Y. Brentano's C1925 12° 
Contents: 

Le Cocq, A. C. Daughter of Madame Angot 

Lipskeroff, C. Carmencita and the soldier 

Offenbach, J. La Perichole 

Plays of to-day. Ser. 3. London Sidgwick 1930 
12° 443P 
Contents: 

Dukes, A. Man with a load of mischief 
Mayor, B. Pleasure garden 
Munro, C. K. At Mrs. Beam's 
Quintero bros. Hundred years old 
Robinson, L. Whiteheaded boy 

Prize plays of 1927-28. . . Philadelphia Penn 
[1930) 8° 2V 
Contents: 

V. I : Larrimore, Lida. Yesterday's roses 

Murray, Amie. Zee-Zee 

Mackay, I. E. Two too many 

Ranck, Carter. Weakest link 

Bagg, Helen. Left overs 

V. 2: Larrimore, L. Third floor front 

Dyar, R. E. Horseshoe luck 

Longnecker, E. B. References 

Loring, Emilie. Where's Peter? 

Parke, J. H. It runs in the family 

Prize plays of 1928. Philadelphia Penn 1928 12° 
414P 
Contents: 

Larrimore, L. Third floor front 
Dyar, R. E. Horseshoe luck 
Longenecker, E. B. References 
Loring, E. Where's Peter? 
Parke, J. H. It runs in the family 

Rascoe, Burton and Conklin, Groff 

Smart Set anthology. N.Y. Reynal IC1934] 8" 

840P 
Contents: 

Conrad, J. One more day 

O'Neill, E. Long voyage home 

Wedekind, F. Heart of a tenor 

Richardson, Willie, ed. 

Plays and pageants from Negro life. Washing- 
ton Associated pub. CC1930: 8° 373P 

Contents: 

Plays: 

Duncan, T. M. Sacrifice 
Cuney-Hare, Maud. Antar of Araby 
Matheus, John. Ti Yette 
Miller, May. Graven images 
Miller, May. Riding the goat 
Richardson, W. House of sham 
Richardson, W. Black horseman 
Richardson, W. King's dilemma 

Pageants: 

Burke, I. M. Two races 
Guinn, D. C. Out of the dark 
Gunner, Frances. Light of the women 
McCoo, E. J. Ethiopia at the bar of justice 



138 



INDEX TO PLAYS 



Sanford, Mrs. Anne Putnam, ed. 

Lincoln plays. N.Y. Dodd 1933 12° 249P 
Contents: 

Barton, L. New Salem days 

Marschall, P. Grandpa tells about Lincoln 

Fielden, A. D. Abraham Lincoln — a pageant 

Parsons, M. Massa Linkum's sojer 

Smith, R. P. At old Vincennes 

Harnwell, A. J. Her name was Anne 
One-act plays for women. N.Y. Dodd 1934 12° 

236P 
Contents: 

Wilde, P. Lady of dreams 

Rowell, A. C. Last frontier 

Ruthenburg, G. D. Death of Anulus 

Emerson, J. Screen 

Corneau, P. B. Clock 

Vinton, I. Just babies 

Strong, M. Culture 

Barton, L. Susan should marry 

Holbrook, M. All's vanity 

Holbrook, M. Kid gloves 

Clements, C. Siege 

Ryerson, F. and Clements, C. Letters 

Corneau, P. B. Retired 
Plays for graduation days. N.Y. Dodd 1930 8° 

322P 
Contents : 

Clements, C. Mister Punch 

Thorpe, J. At the milestone 

Parsons, M. Graduation gifts 

Stenger, G. Light triumphant 

Gilbert, B. May madness 

Holbrook, M. Better mouse trap 

Van der Veer, E. Perfect pattern 

Corneau, B. B. Last voyage of Odysseus 

Rowell, A. C. Beloved, it is morn 

Ryerson, F. Willow plate 

Walker, A. J. Sanctuary knocker 

Students N.D. university. Shakespeare, the 
playmaker 

Wilde, P. Inn of discontent 
Schauffler, Robert Haven and Sanford, A. P. 

eds. 
Plays for our American holidays. . . N.Y. Dodd 

1928 12° 4V 
Contents: 
V. I : Christmas 

Walker, S. Seven gifts 

Wilde, P. Alias Santa Claus 

Meaker, I. J. and Perkins, E. E. My lady's 
yule-tide 

Lyon, E. S. Synthetic Santa 

Oglesbee, D. H. Ten fingers of Francois 

Donahue, V. and Holmes, L. T. Elves and 
the shoemaker 

Van der Veer, E. Boy on the meadow 

Brighouse, H. Maid of France 
St. Valentine's Day 

Price, O. M. Gifts of the gods 

Ryerson, F. and Clements, C. On the lot 

Giorloff, R. Jazz and minuet 
St. Patrick's Day 

Lyon, E. S. Shamrock 

Gregory, I. A. Bogie men 

Aldis, M. Mrs. Pat and the law 

Bates, E. W. Tree of life 

Bellamy, F. L. Darkness and dawn 

Colby, G. First Easter bunny 
Hallowe'en 

Parsons, M. Elfin knight of Hallowe'en -^ . 

Parsons, M. Hansel and Gretel 

Classic, A. B. Meadow gold 
V. 2: New Year's Day 

Arkwright, R. Baby New Year 

Olcott, V. Cave of the fates 

Van der Veer, E. When the horns blow 
Twelfth Night 

Knox, E. L. Twelfth night festivities 
Arbor Day 

Thorp, J. The treasure chest 

Edgar, M. S. Conspiracy of spring 

Grimball, E. B. The snow queen 
April Fool's Day 

Clements, C. Two plum puddings 

Olcott, V. An April fool 

Bolton, I. The king of Sherwood 

Wilde, P. The noble lord 
May Day 

Stewa»t, M. The dream fairy and the spider 

Burro\ys, E. A garden Cinderella 

Cummins, S. L. The sleeping beauty 



Thanksgiving 

Wilson, S. A. Festival of the harvest moon 

Vilas, F. Van V. The three Thanksgivings 

Meaker, I. J. and Harnwell, A. J. Sojourners 
Forefathers' Day 

Stenger, G. At turn of tide 

Marble, A. Faith of our fathers 
v. 3 : Lincoln's Birthday 

Mackay, C. D'A. Abraham Lincoln: rail-splitter 

Warren, P. and Hutchins, W. Day that Lincoln 
died 
Washington's Birthday 

MacKaye, P. George Washington at the Dela- 
ware 

Burgess, K. S. God winks 

Archer, W. George Washington's wedding 
Flag Day 

MacKaye, P. Washington and Betsy Ross 

McFadden, E. A. and Crimmins, A. Man 
without a country 
Memorial Day 

Price, O. M. Boy in blue 

Rowell, A. C. High heart 
Independence Day 

Eldridge, F. M. Growth of a nation 

Wilson, S. A. Festival of Yankee Doodle 
Thomas Jefferson's Day 

Stenger, G. Above all else, liberty 
Armistice Day 

Harnwell, A. J. and Meaker, I. J. Knife 

Moses, G. C. Tree of memory 

Gribble, H. W. Message 
V. 4: Mother's Day 

Van der Veer, E. Shipping mother east 

Parsons, M. Mother they forgot 

Wilde, P. Mothers of men 

Lewis, D. B. W. At the mule 
Children's Day 

Branch, A. B. St. Francis and the wolf 

White, C. R. Group of plays about Ulysses 
Labor Day 

Reely, M. K. Daily bread 

Greene, P. aad E. Fixin's 

Dunsany, E. Evil kettle 
Columbus Day 

Fenzi, F. Jewels of Isabella 

Parsons, M. Sailing west to find the east 
Health Week 

Griffith, E. G. Little vegetable men 

Griffith, E. G. House the children built 

Russell, F. K. Clean up! 

Pemberton, A. Nelagony, or Good Water 
Music Week 

Sanford, A. P. Brother musicians 

Cooke, J. F. Scenes from the life of Richard 
Wagner 
Book Week 

Sanford, A. P. Birthday party 

Morley, C. On the shelf 
Red Cross Week 

Anonymous. Taking the picnic to the Shut-in 

Jordan, E. B. What becomes of it 

Muse, G. A. Close call 
Schofield, Stephen, ed. 

Marble god, and other one-act plays. . . N.Y. 

Bretano's 1927 12° ii6p 
Contents: 

Pakington, M. House with the twisty windows 

Nesbit, C. M. Net 

Talbot, A. J. Incorrigibles 

Schofield, S. Marble god 
Shay, Frank, ed. 

Appleton book of Christmas plays. . . N.Y. 

Appleton 1929 8° 252P 
Contents: 

Goodman, K. S. Dust of the road 

Ryerson, F. and Clements, C. Littlest shepherd 

O'Brien, S. Christmas eve 

Harper, H. Christmas tale 

Sterling, E. Modern viking 

Van Der Veer, E. Boy on the meadow 

Doyle, A. Exile 

Wilde, P. Enchanted Christmas tree 

Stevens, T. W. Duquesne Christmas mystery 

Dickens, C. Christmas carol 

Walker, S. Seven gifts 
Six plays. London Gollancz 1931 12" 672P 
Contents: 

Connelly, M. Green pastures 

Rice, E. Street scene 

Sherriff, R. G. Badger's green 

George, E. Down our street 

Bax, C. Socrates 

Glaspell, S. Alison's house 



INDEX TO PLAYS 



139 



Snook, L€€ Owen, ed. 

Comedies seven; non-royalty plays for general 

community use. Evanston, 111. Row, Peterson 

1CI9331 
Contents: 

Ritchey, B. M. They clean the attic 

Graham, M. S. Call it a day 

Beck, W. Apostrophe in modern dress 

Else, R. It pays to be a Poggle 

Strachan, E. H. Weakness for nurses 

Baxter, A. Brother Donald 

Beecher, B. B. Inner urge 
Steeves, Harrison Ross, ed. 

Plays from the modern theatre. Boston and 

N.Y. Heath [C1931] 8° 526P 
Contents: 

Ibsen, H. Ghosts 

Pinero, A. W. Second Mrs. Tanqueray 

Wilde, O. Importance of being earnest 

Donnay, M. Lovers 

Tchekoff, A. Cherry orchard 

Schnitzler, A. Intermezzo 

Molnar, F. Liliom 

O'Neill, E. Great God Brown 
Tucker, Samuel Marion, ed. 

Modern American and British plays. N.Y. Harper 

1931 8= 946P 
Contents: 

Maugham, W. S. Circle 

Green, P. Field god 

Dane, C. Granite 

O'Neill, E. Great God Brown 

Emery, G. Hero 

Houghton, S. Hindle wakes 

Brighouse, H. Hobson's choice 

Wilde, O. Importance of being earnest 

Barry, P. In a garden 

Ervine, St. J. John Ferguson 

Milley, E. St. V. King's henchman 

Glover, H. King's Jewry 

Moeller, P. Madame Sand 

Crothers, R. Mary the Third 

Colton, J. and Randolph, C. Rain 

Anderson, M. Saturday's children 

Howard, S. Silver cord 

Vollmer, L. Sun-up 

Pinero, A. W. Thunder bolt 

Kaufman, G. S. and Connelly, M. To the ladies 

Milne, A. A. Truth about Blayds 

Coward, N. Vortex 

Granville-Barker, H. Waste 
Modern continental plays. N.Y. Harper 1929 8° 

836P 
Contents: 

Andreev, L. He who gets slapped 

Benavente, J. La malquerida 

Bjornson. B. Beyond our power 

Bracco, R. Phantasms 

Brieux, E. False gods 

Capek, K. R.U.R. 

Claudel, P. Tidings brought to Mary 

D'Annunzio, G. Francesca da Rimiii 

Perez Galdos, B. Electra 

Gorki, M. Lower depths 

Hauptmann, G. Rats 

Kaiser, G. Coral 

Kaiser, G. Gas 

Maeterlinck, M. Pelleas and Melisande 

Molnar, F. Liliom 

Rostand, E. Cyrano de Bergerac 

Schnitzler, A. Light-o'-love 

Strindberg, A. Comrades 

Tchekhov, A. Cherry orchard 

Vildrac, C. S.S. Tenacity 

Wedekind, F. Such is life 
Modern plays. N.Y. Macmillan 1932 12° 309P 
Contents: 

Crothers, R. Mary the Third 

Milne, A. A. Ivory door 

Hughes, H. Hell bent fer Heaven 

SfS"?,*,*' ^- ^"^ Knoblock, E. Milestones 

O Netll, E. Emperor Jones 
Twelve one-act plays for. study and production. 

iioston Ginn 1929 12° 317P 
Cojitents: 

Tarkington, B. Trysting place 

Dunsany, E. Night at an inn 

^r°^l'^^'^^- ^ Thursday evening 

Wilde, P. Confessional 

Dix, B. M. Hundredth trick 

Baring, M. Aulis difficulty 

Parker, L. N. Minuet 

O'Neill, E. Where the cross is made 



Gregory, I. A. Workhouse ward 

Hopkins, A. Moonshine 

Goodman, K. S. Back of the yards 

Monkhouse, A. Grand cham's diamond 
Twenty-five modern plays. N.Y. Harper 1C1931J 

8° I045P 
Contents: 

Maugham, W. S. Circle 

Tchekhov, A. Cherry orchard 

Strindberg, A. Comrades 

Kaiser, G. Coral; Gas, Pt. i. Gas, Pt. 2 

Rostand, E. Cyrano de Bergerac 

Green, P. Field god 

d'Annunzio, G. Francesca da Rimini 

O'Neill, E. Great God Brown 

Andreyev, L. He who gets slapped 

Wilde, O. Importance of being earnest 

Barry, P. In a garden 

Ervine, St. J. John Ferguson 

Benavente, J. La malquerida 

Schnitzler, A. Light o'love 

Molnar, F. Liliom 

Crothers, R. Mary the Third 

Maeterlinck, M. Pelleas and Melisande 

Hauptmann, G. Rats 

Capek, K. R.U.R. 

Howard, S. Silver cord 

Vollmer, L. Sun-up 

Vildrac, C. S.S. Tenacity 

Pinero, A. W. Thunderbolt 

Milne, A. A. Truth about Blayds 

Coward, N. Vortex 
Twelve one-act plays. N.Y. Longmans C1926 12° 

320P 
Contents: 

Hall, H. and Middlemas, R. Valiant 

Van der Veer, E. Romance of the willow 
pattern 

Johnston, G. W. Grill 

Upson, W. H. Master salesman 

Emery, G. Thank you, doctor 

Banning, K. Copy 

Gerstenberg, A. Trap 

Arnold, J. and Burke, E. Good medicine 

Burgess, K. S. God winks 

Brown, E. A. Woman of character 

Giorloff, Ruth. Jazz and minuet 

Gaskill, H. G. Most foolish virgin 
Vernon, Virginia and Vernon, Frank, eds. 

Modern one-act plays from the French. N.Y. 

French 1933 12° 454P 
Contents: 

Bernard, J. J. Poet's secret 

Bernard, T. Free treat 

Bordeaux, H. Shattered 

Brieux, E. Because I love you 

Chantel, L. Who killed me? 

Coulus, R. Love and learning 

Courteline, G. Peace at home 

Croisset, F. de. On with the new 

Duvernois, H. Bronze lady and the crystal 
gentleman 

Geraldy, P. Just boys 

Girette, M. Weaver of dreams 

Guitry, S. Villa for sale 

Lavedan, H. King's pet 

Magre, M. Tin soldier and the paper dancer 

Remains, J. Peach 

Rostand, E. Two Pierrots 

Rostand, M. He who did not kill 

Savoir, A. Going to the dogs 

See, E. Old friend 

Veber, P. Happiness 

Vildrac, C. Art of making friends 

Wolff, P. Faithful! 
Watson, E. Bradlee and Pressey, Benfield, eds. 
Contemporary drama. American plays, v. i. N.Y 

Scribner C1931 12° 522P 
Contents: 
American plays, v. i : 

Mitchell, L. New York idea 

O'Neill, E. Emperor Jones 

Lawson, J. H. Processional 

Kaufman, G. S. and Connelly, M. Beggar on 
horseback 

Howard, S. Silver cord 
English and Irish plays, v. i : 

Synge, J. M. Riders to the sea 

Gregory, I. A. Hyacinth Halvey 

Barrie, J. M. What every woman knows 

Pinero, A. W. Mid-channel 

Dunsany, E. Gttttering gate 

Galsworthy, J. Justice 



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Watson, E. B. and Pressey, B. — Continued 
European plays, v. i : 

Ibsen, H. Doll's house 

Becque, H. Vultures 

Curel, F. de. Fossils 

Hauptmann, G. Beaver coat 

Schnitzler, A. Light o' love 
Contemporary drama: English and Irish plays. 

N.Y. Scribner 1931 12° 446P 

Milne, A. A. Mr. Pim passes by 

Maugham, W. S. Circle 

Galsworthy, J. Loyalties 

Barrie, J. M. Dear Brutus 

O'Casey, S. Juno and the paycock 
Contemporary drama: European plays. N.Y. 

Scribner 1934 12° 425P 
Contents: 

Chekhov, A. Cherry orchard 

Andreyev, L. He who gets slapped 

Toller, E. Man and the masses 

Capek, K. R.U.R. 

Pirandello, L. Henry IV 
Webber, James Plaisted and Webster, Hanson 

Hart, eds. 
One-act plays for secondary schools. Boston 

Houghton C1933 12° 3o8p 
Contents: 

Milne, A. A. Boy comes home 

Brighouse, H. Followers 

Alvarez Quintero, S. and J. Sunny morning 

Tennyson, A. Falcon 

Price, G. Coming of fair Annie 

Rostand, E. Romancers 

Knoblock, E. My lady's lace 

Coppee, F. Lord's prayer 

Smith, E. E. and Ireland, D. L. Cottage on the 
moor 

Leighton, G. R. Solemn pride 

Drinkwater, J. X=0: a night of the Trojan 
war 

Gregory, I. A. Rising of the moon 

Walker, S. Nevertheless 



Kreymborg, A. Manikin and Minikin 

Mackay, C. D'A. Beau of Bath 

Wilde, P. Unseen host 

Branch, A. H. Shoes that danced 

Arkell, R. Colombine 
Typical plays for secondary schools. Boston 

Houghton C1929 12° 343P 
Contents: 

Baring, M. Rehearsal 

Frank, M. M. Mistake at the manor 

Mackay, C. D'A. Prince of court painters 

Webber, J. P. Frances and Francis 

Chapin, H. Augustus in search of a father 

Kotzebue, A. von. Pharaoh's daughter 

Cheng-Chin Hsuing. Thrice promised bride 

Healey, F. Copper pot 

Gilbert, W. S. Sweethearts 

Tarkington, B. Gibson upright 

Gregory, Lady. Dragon 
White, Bessie F. trans. Nine one-act plays from 

the Yiddish. Boston Luce 1932 23SP 
Contents: 

Leivick, H. Golem 

Gordin, J. Captain Dreyfus 

Levin, Z. Doctor's first operation 

Daixel, S. After midnight 

Peretz, I. L. Sewing of the wedding gown 

Berkowitz, I. D. Landsleit 

Libin, Z. Colleagues 

Pinski, D. Sorrows 

Aleichem, S. Gymnazie 
Whitman, Charles Huntington, ed. 

Seven contemporary plays. Boston Houghton 

[1931] 12° 565P 
Contents: 

Ibsen, H. Enemy of the people 

Hauptmann, G. Sunken bell 

Tchekov, A. Cherry orchard 

Rostand, E. Cyrano de Bergerac 

Galsworthy, J. Strife 

Synge, J. M. Riders to the sea 

O'Neill, E. Beyond the horizon 




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